SAN ANTONIO — IN A DECADE WHEN THE PUBLISHING INDUSTRY is facing a growing customer demographic comfortable with digital technology the demand for print could be fading as quickly as the incandescent light bulb. H.E. Butt Grocery Co., however, appears dedicated to print by promoting literacy in community outreach programs. This summer the retailer debuted a children's literacy center at a store in Tomball. The 300-square-foot center is next to toys and books/magazines in an area outside the ...
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