As retailers move into the second half, they anticipate stronger sales, though some are more optimistic than others, according to an SN survey. Frank Curci, chairman, president, and CEO of Tops Friendly Markets, Williamsville, N.Y., said he expects sales to improve “because we think customers are feeling slightly better as the economy is gradually getting better, and with some new companies moving into Upstate New York, the job outlook is better. “So we anticipate sales in the ...
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