Supermarkets are starting to pay more attention to movies repriced from the rental market. Bill Bryant, vice president of sales for grocery and drug at Ingram Entertainment, La Vergne, Tenn. "That business is growing," said Clifford Feiock, video coordinator for Nash Finch Co., Minneapolis. "More stores are now taking advantage of that opportunity where we used to have a difficult time getting stores to try a title like 'Michael' or 'Scream.' Both our corporate and independent affiliate ...

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