SPRINGDALE, Ark. -- After a three-month test that ended in mid-July, Harp's Food Stores plans to roll out an audio book rental program. The retailer saw 20% revenue increases in the video departments it was testing the audio books in, said Carl Johnson, video specialist. "We made the decision we were going to keep it, and probably start expanding into more stores in the future," said Johnson. "We will have it in all of our stores within the next two years. You don't have much invested in it. ...
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