At Bi-Lo, Greenville, S.C., nonfood seasonal imports will “continue to be a major contributor,” said Brian K. Smith, category manager, seasonal imports and candy. “Value will be more important than ever in 2009. We will offer our customers good products at fair prices, with some fashion and color, [because] everyone is going to have to stretch their dollar further than most of us have seen or done in our lifetime. Customers will not be replacing items if they can get another year out of ...
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