CINCINNATI -- The Kroger Co. here has teamed up with Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, Fetzer Wine and a local radio station to herald a June 2 Oldies concert -- an annual event at the county fairgrounds here. The concert, sponsored by WGRR radio, is free, but attendees must have a ticket. That's where Kroger gets into the act. Five of its stores acted as ticket stops on April 27 and another five will do so on June 1. People must come to the seafood department in the stores to pick up a ...
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