C&K Market, Brookings, Ore., said sales per customer have increased since last summer, when it instituted a series of initiatives as the chain was emerging from Chapter 11 bankruptcy. “By listening to our customers and catering to their preferences, [we see that] shoppers are buying more when they shop with us,” Karl Wissmann, president and COO, said in a press release Wednesday. “Our strategy is definitely working, and we see additional opportunities for our smaller, ...
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