BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Tops Markets here recently promoted foreign-language greeting cards at its three 100,000-square-foot International Super Centers here and in the Rochester area. Newspaper ads heralded the foreign-language section of the chain's card departments with copy that stated "no matter what you want to say -- or the language you want to say it in -- you're sure to find the cards to fit the occasion at Tops International Super Center." A store source at the Greece, N.Y., International ...
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