SEATTLE — When customers at West Seattle Thriftway here began seeking out more bargains, owner Paul Kapioski decided it was time to begin running monthly 12-hour sales. Kapioski's store is a 32,000-square-foot market with an upscale product mix that serves customers across the income spectrum, he told SN. “We're located between waterfront homes worth millions of dollars on one side and subsidized housing on the other,” he pointed out, “but what we've found is, regardless of their income ...

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