Dowdell, Stephen
April 2008
Progressive Grocer;4/1/2008 The Collection, Vol. 87, p6
Trade Publication
The article features Yoke's Fresh Market in Sandpoint, Idaho, one of the publication's Store of the Month. The supermarket holds a shopper-sized bingo game using numbers embossed on colored spots on the floor positioned throughout the store. Denny York, senior vice president (SVP) of store development at Yoke's Fresh Markets, says the associates like the game as well as the customers. Based on the article, the goal of Yoke is to be the best grocer at produce, meat, seafood, floral, deli, and bakery in its markets.


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