BRATISLAVA, Slovakia -- The warehouse club concept is getting a serious test in this Eastern European nation where a one-unit operation is gearing for a major store rollout. Opened in June 1993, Dino Warehouse Club boasts a sales floor of 25,000 square feet with 3,500 items, two-thirds of which are food products. The club offers dairy, frozen and grocery items, as well as clothing and housewares. A variety of locally branded foods is available, as well as Coke, Pepsi and Kellogg's cereals, ...

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