TAMPA, Fla. -- Less than a year after Kash n' Karry discontinued a company owned and operated video rental program, the retailer has put in 12 racked, revenue-share departments. The 12th Trader Bay section opened last month in a new 36,000-square-foot store in Brandon, Fla., and more are being considered, said Ron Dennis, president of the chain. "Video rental is a viable market and a big business," said Dennis. "It can capitalize on one-stop shopping. Where we have the options in space, we ...

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