DALLAS -- Tom Thumb Food & Drugs gave out free tickets to a popular local attraction as a way to focus shopper attention on its camera assortment, and to help stimulate picture-taking and photoprocessing. "It's the first time we gave out tickets to The Scarborough Renaissance Faire, a reconstructed medieval village that puts on a play popular with children and adults," said Jack Sprabary, corporate vice president for general merchandise. Shoppers received a $12.75 admission ticket when ...

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