INDIANAPOLIS -- Marsh Supermarkets here said sales and earnings were up for the first quarter ended June 20. resulting from a refinancing during last year's second quarter, the company said. Sales and other revenues rose 4.9% to $360.6 million, and comparable-store sales rose 3.3%. The company said comps were favorably affected by the timing of the Easter holiday selling season. During the quarter the company said it converted a 28,000-square-foot Marsh store to the LoBill format; opened ...
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