CHICAGO — Giant Eagle is using coupons for its “fuelperks!” fuel rewards program in a bid to boost the loyalty of specific shoppers. The Pittsburgh-based retailer just concluded a test in which direct-mail coupons were sent to baby-aisle shoppers, marketing manager Linda Wakim said last week during a presentation at the Food Marketing Institute Show. The coupons offered an additional 10 cents off per gallon of fuel to those who spent $5 in the baby department. The savings were on top of ...

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