CHANDLER, Ariz. -- Bashas' Markets here this month embarked on a nine-store test of a new endcap incorporating a digital image-processing kiosk with a traditional overnight film drop, said Bryon Roberts, vice president, general merchandise. Three of the stores are in the Phoenix area and six are in Tucson, Ariz., a smaller market where the program will receive more focused promotion, he said. In Tucson, Bashas' will use print ads, the weekly circular, in-store promotions and possibly ...

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