ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- Overall attendance and supermarket participation were both up slightly at the East Coast Video Show held here Oct. 6 to 8. While show attendance rose from 8,558 last year to 8,612, exhibitors and others at the show reported seeing more supermarkets represented than in past years. Among the chains spotted at the show were Giant Eagle, Grand Union Co., K-VA-T Food Stores, Price Chopper Supermarkets, A&P, Harding's Friendly Markets, Tops Friendly Markets, Genuardi's ...
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