ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- Schnuck Markets here said last week it is continuing efforts to boost sales at an inner-city store that had been slated for closing but which was kept open because of community pressure. to meet with local clergy coalitions and enlisting their help in urging consumers to shop at the store rather than going outside the area to shop. Schnuck said in August it would close three stores that had produced losses of more than $7 million over the past five years, including a ...

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