OAKS, Pa. -- One of the country's largest rackers of supermarket rental sections has opened its fifth leased space, a live-inventory department. The Movie Exchange, which provides about 200 supermarkets with shared-revenue rental programs and 1,000 with sell-through product, opened the 1,000-square-foot department last month in the new Jefferson, Ohio, store of Thorne's Bi-Lo Supermarkets, Salem, Ohio, said Ed Sam, national sales director for the video company. Thorne's is supplied by Penn ...
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