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    Pilot Flying J Installs Digiboo Entertainment Kiosks

    Travelers can download movies and TV shows at nine locations along I-75.

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Travelers visiting Pilot Flying J locations now have a new way to get their entertainment fix. The locally based operator of more than 650 North American travel centers added Digiboo interactive touchscreen kiosks at nine locations on Interstate 75 from Corbin, Ky., to Cordele, Ga.

    Customers visiting these stores can choose from Digiboo's library of more than 800 movies and 300 television shows, including new releases "Man of Steel," "White House Down," "The Conjuring" and "Red 2."

    According to digital retail entertainment provider Digiboo, these movies and programs can be downloaded in 30 seconds to a thumb drive, or directly to a device via Wi-Fi and played back on any iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, iPod touch or any Android or Windows-enabled personal computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone.

    "We strive to be a one-stop shop for everything our customers need while traveling over the holidays," said Asa Hazelwood, director of facility revenue for Pilot Flying J. "With Digiboo, we've expanded our entertainment offerings to provide the latest in movies and TV shows."

    Digiboo kiosks can also be found in seven U.S. airports.

    "Families on holiday road trips have typically been limited in their entertainment options," said Blake Thomas, chief marketing officer for Digiboo. "Digiboo offers an extensive catalog and is fast, travel friendly and now conveniently located within Pilot Flying J locations along I-75."

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