DAYTON, Ohio -- Supermarkets drew a fraction of shoppers planning to purchase their back-to-school supplies compared to other formats, according to a survey conducted in the July pre-season by The School and Home Office Products Association here. nt stores, slightly over one-third mentioned drug stores, slightly under one-third office supply superstores, about one-quarter wholesale clubs, and a little more than one-sixth cited supermarkets. It was noted that those households with higher ...
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