Supermarkets are successfully developing further business opportunities by investing in one-hour photo services. Not only does one-hour photo become an additional customer draw, some retailers see it as a way to develop ancillary sales in the lucrative business community where lawyers and real estate professionals often require instant photo development. John Susich, vice president of general merchandise at Hy-Vee Food Stores, Chariton, Iowa, envisions developing unrealized marketing ...

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