CHANDLER, Ariz. -- Bashas' Markets, based here, plans to repeat in January a premium- priced framed-art promotion that achieved high sell-through during a fall sale. According to Jeff Manning, vice president of general merchandise, the decision to reschedule the high-ticket art sale soon after the October-November promotion was based on customer demand. "I was shocked at how quickly this expensive artwork sold," said Manning. Stores either sold out all 40 pieces of the higher-priced art or ...
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