INDIANAPOLIS -- Marsh Supermarkets here is testing a prototype mainline magazine rack designed in conjunction with Gibson Greetings, Cincinnati, and Time Distribution Services, New York, at two of its units. The 32-foot-long ash-wood frame rack with black shelving is concave, similar to Gibson's boutique card racks, and displays 443 titles full face. Magazines are positioned in the center of the store in 12-foot-wide aisles with greeting cards, books and stationery. Two 6-foot-long benches ...

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