DUBLIN, Calif. -- Lucky Stores here has opened four leased-space video rental departments operated by audio-video specialty retailer Wherehouse Entertainment. Judy Decker, a spokeswoman for Lucky, could confirm only that the chain had signed an agreement for the Torrance, Calif.-based company to open units in the four stores bought from Smith's Food & Drug, Salt Lake City, in January. "The stores had existing video departments when we acquired them, so we signed an agreement with ...

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