CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. -- With the conversion last week of the final eight units of Red Food Stores to the Bi-Lo banner, Bi-Lo said it expects to become more aggressive in its efforts to recoup lost sales here. The chain expects sales to begin increasing before the end of the year, following the anticipated launch of a major promotional campaign and the rollout of an everyday-low-pricing policy, Jon R. Wilken, executive vice president of sales and merchandising at the Mauldin, S.C.-based chain, ...
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