Supermarkets are losing kids' video sales if titles are contained solely within the video rental department, according to a new study by Ingram Entertainment, La Vergne, Tenn. The best place to merchandise children's titles is actually away from other videos -- outside of the video department, out in the main selling area of the store, the study found. Grocers who've taken the tip, according to Bill Bryant, vice president of sales, grocery and drug, have seen a 40% boost or greater in ...

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