PORTLAND, Ore. -- Hollywood Entertainment is testing video rental departments inside eight Fred Meyer Inc. supercenters here, according to Rob Boley, a Fred Meyer spokesman. Hollywood, also based in Portland, is a rapidly expanding video specialty store chain that is challenging Blockbuster in many markets with its newer, more up-to-date stores. "Hollywood Entertainment is a local company that has been growing very fast and has an excellent operation," said Boley. "We have videos for sale ...

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