Supermarkets stepped up their use of shared transaction fee programs with the rental release of "Father of the Bride II." The family-themed title, released last month, came out at a time when many retailers were being added to the ranks of those testing or rolling out the shared-revenue systems. Among them were Dierbergs Markets, Chesterfield, Mo.; Martin's Super Markets, South Bend, Ind.; Copps Corp., Stevens Point, Wis., and K-VA-T Food Stores, Grundy, Va. Deep discount drug chain ...
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