ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Carr Gottstein Foods is bringing large video selections to small, remote Alaskan communities. The retailer is putting 3,500-tape departments into its 20,000-to 35,000-square-foot Eagle Quality Center format stores, said Gary Schloss, vice president of general merchandise. One of these departments is in an Eagle store opened on March 16 in Unalaska, near Dutch Harbor in the Aleutian Islands, he said. "They don't have a lot of entertainment in rural Alaska, so video is a ...

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