SPRINGDALE, Ark. -- Harps Food Stores here has begun testing a video rental concept it could roll out to its smaller units that are without rental. The test began late last month at the Bull Shoals, Ark., store with a limited, 200-tape selection culled from a nearby store in Mountain Home, Ark., that has a full video rental department, said Randy Weddington, video specialist. The titles were put in at no additional buying expense to the chain and are being rented for $2.50 a night. It was ...

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