MATTHEWS, N.C. — Family Dollar Stores here said last week it hopes to drive increased traffic with more in-store and direct-marketing campaigns that focus on its increased assortments of consumables and private-brand merchandise. “We’re also increasing targeted digital marketing efforts and executing more promotional events to leverage our growing customer traffic,” Howard R. Levine, chairman and chief executive officer, told analysts during a conference call to discuss financial results ...

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