CHANDLER, Ariz. -- In the face of the same staunch competition all supermarkets face in video rental, the program at Bashas' here continues to flourish. Sales were off in the second half of last year by about 3%, said Bill Glaseman, video specialist. But this is a far cry from the double-digit decreases that have other chains reconsidering their commitment to video rental. With a conservative approach to buying and by forgoing drastic increases in depth of copy, the chain has so far ...
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