ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Furr's Supermarkets here is stepping up its electronic marketing campaign with the installation of electronic coupon terminals in all 74 stores. The terminals, 5-foot-high kiosks bearing the name "The Savings Spot," provide customers with printed coupons at their request. The units are being installed this month, and all stores in the Southwestern chain should be outfitted by early June, said Walter Doyle, Furr's president. The electronic coupon kiosks feature 32 ...

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