CHANDLER, Ariz. — Bashas' here said last week it plans to close "a handful" of underperforming stores. "It's something we need to do," Rob Johnson, a chain spokesman told SN. "It's not a sign of more things to come — just a strategic move to strengthen our operations going forward. Though we are a people-centric operator, the economic situation is forcing us to make tough decisions that, in better times, we might not have to make. But it's the stores that are underperforming, not the ...
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