COMPTON, Calif. -- Brightly colored checkout lane dividers that are replaced on a regular basis help maintain the image of a clean store environment, according to retailers including Ralphs Grocery Co. here, Pathmark Stores, Woodbridge, N.J., and the Southern California division of Lucky Stores, San Leandro, Calif. The lane dividers are emblazoned with advertising messages and a variety of products. They are collected and replaced on a regular basis by a third-party marketing company. The ...

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