ALBANY, Calif. -- An ambitious touch-screen interactive kiosk program at an Andronico's Market store is attracting significant customer response, said Kathie Mullally, director of electronic marketing. The retailer, based here, has 11 kiosks in its Danville, Calif., store. "We are creating a different feeling in each of our departments. We like to think that our customers will have a sense of having had a really good time, that they enjoyed themselves while they were here and taken home ...

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