The storm basically gutted this Fairway in Red Hook, Brooklyn. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
Tweeting the News
Supermarket chains in the New York/New Jersey region sought to stay in touch with their shoppers via their websites and using social media before, during and after Hurricane Sandy. Some posted hurricane advisories and links to weather websites as the storm approached, then shifted to posting store-closure notices when the storm knocked out power to millions throughout the region. Following is a sampling of Tweets posted by area chains in the wake of Sandy: • D’Agostino ...
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