ATLANTA -- The seventh edition of the SHOPA Show solidified its growing reputation as the premier event for back-to-school, a category that has grown into a major selling season for supermarkets. It accomplished this by simply being bigger and better. The School and Home Office Products Association's annual trade show drew a record number of participants, an estimated 11,000 registrants, to the Georgia World Congress Center here, Nov. 19 to 22. Although official attendance figures will not ...

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