CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. -- Following a successful in-and-out promotion of low-priced computer software products, Red Food Stores may put such products into its video departments on an ongoing basis, said Mike Bryson, director of health and beauty care and general merchandise. The program, which ran from November to January, offered software disks for $3.99 with a $2-off coupon from Red Food's ads. The software was comprised of practical applications with a heavy emphasis on games and children's ...
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