Sales of prepared Thanksgiving dinners continued to grow this year thanks to more pointed advertising with new spots on the front page of ad circulars, better customer recognition of the programs and competitive prices. That is according to a spot check of retailers in different markets last week just following the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. "We added more dinner varieties this year and got our ad on the front page of the circular, nearly a third of that page," said Phillip Grasso, vice ...
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