CHESHIRE, Conn. -- Don't tell Michael Bozzuto that a wholesaler geared primarily to Northeast independents faces a perilous future because of retail consolidation. The president and chief executive officer of Bozzuto's here, in an interview with SN, said his 51-year-old company is on a growth drive. The $400 million firm has managed to show substantial net customer gains despite some retail attrition and has built a new warehouse to serve the increased volume. Bozzuto's is also moving to ...
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