NEW YORK — D'Agostino's Supermarkets last week launched its first radio ad campaign in 10 years with humorous spots that call attention to sharp pricing on certain items. The “Managers Gone Wild” campaign, which will also appear in print, features real department managers from the 18-store chain boasting about how they have “gone wild” with price cuts. “I am selling two-liter bottles of coke for 59 cents! I have never done anything like this before!” says one. “I haven't done anything ...

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