In the Southeast, lots of people like Publix Super Markets. As of July 1, people all over the world can “like” the Lakeland, Fla.-based chain virtually as well, thanks to the long-awaited launch of the company's Facebook page. “Our goal is to build on the relationship we've had for 81 years in our stores, and then modernize it for today, and connect on a whole different level,” Maria Brous, a spokeswoman for the chain, told SN about the company's ...
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