GAYLORD, Mich. -- Top executives at Glen's Markets gave two thumbs down to R-rated movies and ended one of the industry's longest running video-rental programs. Glen's sold its inventory, fixtures and other components of its video business to specialty retailer Horizon Video, Traverse City, Mich., early this month, and closed all its in-store rental departments, said Glen Catt, president and chief executive officer. Included in the deal were four freestanding video specialty stores. The ...
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