I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Dr. Scholl’s CFO Center Kiosk set a new paradigm at retail: personalizing product recommendations for consumers without the need for a knowledgeable sales associate. Alterations were made based on these tests, and the first CFO Kiosks were launched at five Meijer stores in late 2006. Scholl’s CFO Center Kiosk is used in over 6,000 locations across the United States and Canada.
Scholl’s CFO Center Kiosk is one of the most highly decorated displays in the POP industry.

The top layer provides added comfort, next layer provides custom cushioning for your foot pressure, and the bottom layer provides support for your arch type.
This innovative pairing of product and technology provides the consumer with an economical alternative to a costly, custom-molded orthotic from a podiatrist’s office. This technology allows the consumer to access Walmart’s website through the unit’s touch screen monitor and purchase an out-of-stock item. What I noticed immediately was the size of the orthotic inserts, all the ones that I have seen have been much smaller. We don’t wear shoes in the house, after being on my feet all day without my orthotic inserts, I can really tell the difference.

Recently, I was at Walmart and noticed the impressive Dr Scholl’s Custom Fit Orthotic Center Kiosk. Once I put on my sneakers with the Custom Fit Orthotic Inserts, I feel the support and comfort all day.

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