DALLAS -- Consumers in upstate New York are switching from Procter & Gamble brands to competitors that still offer coupons, it was revealed during a "state of the industry" report at the Chicago-based Association of Coupon Professionals annual fall conference here. "We did a sample of seven retailers in the upstate New York area. Then we looked at [P&G] competitors," said Sharon Joyner-Payne, marketing services manager at Inmar Enterprises, Winston-Salem, N.C., who presented the ...
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