OKLAHOMA CITY -- Homeland Holdings Corp. here said store acquisitions helped boost sales for the first quarter ended March 25, while same-store sales were adversely affected by competitive openings. ating cash flow jumped 6.1% to $5.5 million. David B. Clark, president and chief executive officer, said the company's double-digit sales growth was driven by the completion of three acquisitions, which boosted Homeland's store base to 83 at the end of the quarter, up from 69 a year earlier. ...
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