BELLINGHAM, Wash. -- Haggen opened two new video rental departments in February and March that, at least in terms of design and copy depth, outclassed other retailers in the Seattle area. The chain opened a Top Food & Drug store in Kent, Wash., in early February and a Haggen format store in Stanwood, Wash., on March 1, both offering video rentals. Although the two video departments differ significantly in appearance, they are state-of-the-art live inventory sections that heavily ...

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