BURLINGTON, N.C. -- Byrd Food Stores here introduced new 28- to 60-foot greeting card sections at 35 stores this month. to other retailers, especially to drug stores. "We felt there was a lot of potential card volume from customers while they are in our stores. In the time we were without a greeting card department, they had to go somewhere else for their card needs," said Russ Harden, vice president of operations at the 42-store retailer. Byrd decided to eliminate the greeting card ...
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