LONDON, Ky. -- Circulars and ads are very visual media, depicting clear pictures of products being promoted. By contrast, shelf labels tend to be text-based, filled with sometimes-incomprehensible product abbreviations. ar, the QuickSet image strips, from Gladson Interactive, are being used by 70 Laurel-supplied stores, up from 10 when the program started. Bill Baker, vice president of information systems for Laurel, said he expects many more stores to request the tags. These tags cost $8 ...

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