CAMP HILL, Pa. — Five co-branded Save-A-Lot and Rite Aid stores opened Monday in Greenville, S.C., according to Rite Aid here. The stores are among 10 such co-branded stores planned for the Greenville market, which the retailers are calling a test. The first such location opened late last month in Easley, S.C. “The response by customers to our new co-branded store in Easley has been great, and we’re excited that we’re now able to expand the concept to five more locations,” Ken Martindale, ...

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