Independent supermarkets say the big fourth quarter won't be too big for them as they prepare to compete with the big boys in what promises to be a blockbuster year. Operators told SN their selections will not be inferior to those of larger merchants. They claim they are able to carry enough copies of any title to satisfy customers' demands. In other words, small does not mean low-budget or low-volume. To handle the fourth quarter's big releases and compete against video departments of ...
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