The teenage video market is big business. But when it comes to issues like teens renting on their parents' cards and R-rated product, some special concerns are raised for supermarkets. And the level of concern varies greatly from chain to chain resulting in a variety of approaches. At Bashas' in Chandler, Ariz., "this really hasn't been an issue," said Bill Glaseman, video specialist. But at B&R Stores, Lincoln, Neb., Bob Gettner, video buyer/coordinator, said, "teens renting on their ...

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