OKLAHOMA CITY -- Homeland Stores here plans to roll out Fuller Brush household cleaning implements to some 30 additional stores. The chain has had the program in four test stores since the fall of last year, and plans to expand it to about half of its 70 units once a new display fixture and header sign are ready, said Mike Meyer, director of general merchandise and health and beauty care. Last spring Giant Eagle, Pittsburgh, expanded its Fuller Brush offerings chainwide to all 152 stores ...

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