WESTBURY, N.Y. -- King Kullen Grocery Co. here is "counting" on a new service to increase in-store traffic. The retailer has expanded a coin-counting machine test program to an additional 19 units. "The machines attract customers, keep them in the store and bring in more disposable income," said Tom Cullen, vice president of government and industry relations at King Kullen. Customers who bring in loose change receive vouchers that can be redeemed for paper cash or used to pay for ...
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