BROOKVILLE, Ohio -- As the DVD format proliferates, more and more supermarket retailers are finding that previously viewed discs are both popular among customers and profitable for merchants. Theresa Daniels, manager, McMaken Super Market's McVideo, based here, said the store started selling $10.99 used DVD copies three months ago with much success. "The customers feel that why should they spend $3.50 to rent a movie when they can buy it for a few dollars more?" Daniels said. After a ...

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