NORTH POLE, ALASKA -- Carr Gottstein Foods is testing a dual-entrance concept in its new liquor and tobacco store that opened here this summer. The new design has been executed in a 3,050-square-foot unit, which opened alongside a newly renovated 54,000-square-foot Carr's Quality Center supermarket in late June. Oaken Keg liquor store and the Great Alaska Tobacco Company, both owned by the supermarket chain, share the building. The newly renovated supermarket anchors one side of a 7-store ...

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