NORRISTOWN, Pa. -- Genuardi's Family Markets here is racking up higher checkstand magazine sales with a larger front-end fixture. e fixture. Genuardi's, working closely with its fixture manufacturer and news distributors, designed a few versions of the magazine rack -- one 24 inches wide, another 40 inches wide, and a 46-inch-wide version, with a side-basket for impulse general merchandise. Each style displays magazines on five shelves in a cascade effect, and all are an inch-and-a-half ...
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