Nineteen ninety-five is expected to be a stable year for coupon distribution and redemption, with some carryover of positive momentum from the second half of 1994, said coupon industry officials. "We think that coupon distribution will stabilize in 1995, and it's at a pretty high level," said Joan Johnson, marketing manager, at Winston-Salem, N.C.-based CMS, the nation's largest manufacturer coupon agent. "In 1994 we had a slight bump up in distribution when everybody was predicting that ...
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