NEW YORK -- The air attack here and in the nation's capital on Sept. 11 sparked Center Store sales, mostly water. Bottled water was the only commodity people were stocking up on, according to Rick Savner, spokesman for Pathmark, Carteret, N.J. He added that business was "very slow" the day of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center here and on the Pentagon in Washington. But it picked up as the week went on, with bottled water needing replenishment the most, he said. As far as he ...

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