MONTVALE, N.J. -- A&P has found its reading centers, set up in an alcove off the main traffic artery in stores,"has had a positive impact on sales," said Andrew Carrano, A&P's vice president of marketing and corporate affairs. He declined to provide figures. As the reading rooms have been developed, "there has been a greater emphasis on children," he said. The room has been equipped with children's reading material and activity books, tables and chairs. A&P now has 10 reading ...

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