EAGLE RIVER, Wis. -- Bonson's Pick 'n Save used a recently completed renovation to introduce new signage designed to enhance the customer shopping experience. Co-owner Chuck Bonson's intention was to create in his store "a warm atmosphere and a look that's an exception to the drab and the mundane." And he did it with easel-style, changeable message boards that currently grace his produce, floral, deli, bakery and cafe departments. "These signs tie in with a more upscale look," Bonson said. ...

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