SIKESTON, Mo. -- Food Giant Supermarkets here is testing a video game demonstration fixture in one of its freestanding video stores, according to Tim Harrison, video supervisor. The retailer, which has 100 units and 75 video departments, began testing the fixture in mid-March. It is so pleased with preliminary results that it may install it in its four other freestanding video stores, and even some of its 75 supermarket video departments, said Harrison. "Once we have the proven success in ...
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