BOSTON -- Stop & Shop Cos. will be the first chain to launch a promotion in which the sale of concert videotapes will benefit charities fighting hunger. The "In Concert Against Hunger" program will start on April 3 and run four to six weeks. The videos will retail at $6.99, with 75 cents from each sale going to Second Harvest and the Center for Poverty, Hunger and Nutrition, said Barry Grieff, chairman and chief executive officer of Promotional Concept Group, New York. The 15 concert ...
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