GRUNDY, Va. -- K-VA-T Food Stores here is in the midst of an aggressive expansion of its video rental and sell-through program. The retailer opened nine new live video departments last year, and plans to open four more in 1996 while expanding a fifth, said Tom Hembree, vice president of operations. The chain now has 26 video departments in its 63 stores. "Video continues to be a good draw for our stores. It ties in so well with the other departments that we feel it is a good program for ...
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