STEVENS POINT, Wis. -- To expand its whole-health and wellness marketing, Copps Corp. here has installed yoga sections, according to Copps' natural foods specialist Russell Haines. The three stores in Appleton and Madison, Wis., and one here will display 38 stockkeeping units of yoga videos, DVDs and relaxation CDs, as well as tools like yoga mats, balance balls and yoga bricks. The items will be displayed on a four-foot custom permanent fixture, according to Haines. Prices range from yoga ...

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