Tomorrow will be just another day on the Gulf Coast. On the first anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, retailers are keeping their focus on rebuilding, serving the communities and looking ahead to the future. "The whole New Orleans retailer landscape has changed," said David Livingston, an independent consultant for supermarkets with about a dozen clients in the Gulf region. Populations have shifted from the hardest hit areas of New Orleans and the surrounding counties in Louisiana and ...
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