SPOKANE, Wash. -- Tidyman's here hopes the Save-A-Lot stores it intends to open will solidify its position in existing markets, Mike Davis, president of the 14-store independent, told SN last week. Davis said he's looking for potential Save-A-Lot sites, although any further development will depend on Supervalu's success in finding a location for a Save-A-Lot distribution center in the Pacific Northwest. Minneapolis-based Supervalu, which owns a 40% stake in Tidyman's, ...
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