BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Bruno's here last week said it plans to sell 42 stores in south-central Georgia and South Carolina plus a Georgia-based distribution center to focus capital spending on building market share "in areas with greater upside potential." The 255-store chain anticipates a sale in a relatively short time, said Lisa Kranc, senior vice president of marketing. "Given the interest level being generated, we don't think it will take much time [to make a deal for the stores]," she ...
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