MAUMEE, Ohio -- Seaway Food Town here said sales and earnings rose to record levels for the second quarter ended Feb. 27. e-store sales were up 5.9%. For the half, sales increased 4.2% to $327 million and net income jumped 8% to $3.7 million, while comparable-store sales rose 3.9%. Richard B. Iott, president and chief executive officer of the 70-store chain, said sales got a boost from bad weather "and have been kept very strong by some very effective promotional activity, while earnings ...

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