Supermarkets are getting strong playback in profits through the incremental sales of blank video and audio tapes. Special-event broadcasts such as the Winter Olympics, personal occasions such as birthdays and anniversaries, and major holidays all have boosted demand for blank videotapes. "The category is a good one, and we seem to be selling more than we ever sold," said Norm Carpenter, director of general merchandise at Rosauers Supermarkets, Spokane, Wash. Charles DeFiglio Jr., ...
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