DALLAS -- The School & Home Office Products Association's trade show, which takes place here next week, will draw from 60% to 70% of the top 100 supermarket chains, said Steve Jacober, a former publishing executive who was named SHOPA president earlier this year. This statistic demonstrates how SHOPA, based in Dayton, Ohio, has increased its membership of 1,200 into a broad-based organization made up partly of alternative retail formats. "We've come a long way in positioning our ...

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