CHANDLER, Ariz. -- Bashas' Markets experienced an 85% sell-through and 40% margins during a recent framed art sale, according to industry observers. The promotion, which the 70-unit chain offered recently for 60 days, was supplied by Fine Arts Industries, Denver. Between 118 and 162 pieces were sold at each store. The framed prints and mirrored images, sold at $4.99 to $19.99 price points, included depictions of Southwestern scenes, the outdoors, animals, wildlife, movies, ecology, cars ...

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