MODESTO, Calif. -- Save Mart Supermarkets here will install "coin-exchange" kiosks in 15 stores early next year in a program that could boost annual revenues by $100,000 at each site. The kiosks, which were tested in four locations for six months, allow stores to cash in on shoppers' loose change, said Sally Sanborn, director of trade and consumer relations. The units accept coins and generate vouchers, which shoppers cash at the checkstand. There is a 5-cent fee for each dollar of ...
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