HALEYVILLE, Ala. -- Teenage workers at Tom Williams' four Piggly Wiggly units are helping store managers cater to teen shoppers -- with merchandising ideas that will appeal to their demographic. For example, a Fourth of July display that includes charcoal, lighter fluid and ice cream salt (to make homemade ice cream) was the idea of a teen associate. Ricky Hicks, supervisor of the four stores, said the display took a circular form in the corridor of the Village East store here, one of two ...

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