PITTSBURGH -- Giant Eagle is testing new inline book and magazine racks in its recently opened flagship store in Lyndhurst, Ohio in the Cleveland area. The store also includes new front-end magazine racks that are now being rolled out to the entire chain, said Chuck Porter, director, Iggle entertainment and video, who is also in charge of books and magazines. The new inline racks are part of the Genesis system from Source Interlink Cos., Bonita Springs, Fla., featuring colorful graphics on ...

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