Show and sell

Janoff, Barry
April 2000
Progressive Grocer;Apr2000, Vol. 79 Issue 4, p107
Trade Publication
Focuses on the front-end checkout area and its importance for supermarket retailers, manufacturers and customers. Definition of the area; How to make the front-end reach supermarkets' full potential; Factors that drive supermarket retailers to revitalize the front-end section.


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