GREENVILLE, S.C. — Retailers along the Eastern Seaboard report that consumers have been stocking up on staples all week ahead of the storm. "Bi-Lo has seen brisk sales all week in our stores along the coast on items such as water, batteries, flashlights, weather radios and canned goods,” said John Gianakas, Bi-Lo vice president of Center Store. He said Bi-Lo keeps additional inventory on key items in its warehouse to keep up with demand during hurricane season. In addition, he said Bi-Lo's ...

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