HUTCHINSON, Kan. -- Dillon Co. here, a subsidiary of Kroger Co., Cincinnati, is winding this week up with a Halloween sweepstakes program using in-store electronic couponing technology in 60 stores. s trigger thermal printers to issue certificates informing shoppers if they've won a prize. Prizes include a $1,000 gift certificate and others in denominations of $20, $5 and $1 good toward the next order. The sweepstakes program at Dillon ends Thursday and will include $10,000 in gift ...

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