BURLINGTON, Wash. -- Thrifty Foods is rapidly expanding its video rental program. A year ago, the company had video in all 12 of its stores. Now, with acquisitions and upgrades, the total stands at 21 of 23 stores. Additionally, ground has been broken for a new store that will have a state-of-the-art live inventory department, said Sandy French, video coordinator. "Video is important to bring in the foot traffic for grocery, bakery, deli, pharmacy -- the whole store," said French. "Almost ...

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