LEXINGTON, Ky. — Slone's Signature Market demonstrated what teamwork can accomplish by working with its wholesaler on a truckload private-label promotion. Chairman Bob Slone moved his 1925 Model T truck into the Jackson store and built a traffic-stopping display. “They filled the [truck's] bed with several pallets of water, five or six varieties of canned vegetables and other items like mac-and-cheese,” Slone told SN. All five Slone's stores participated in the contest. The retailer's ...

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