Top grocers in the Tucson area

Brovet, Tori
July 1995
Inside Tucson Business;7/10/95, Vol. 5 Issue 15, p6
Ranks the top grocers in the Tucson, Arizona-area according to number of local stores as of July 16, 1995. Company name and address; Number of stores in Tucson and in Arizona; Total sales in 1994; Retail square feet in Tucson; Number of Tucson employees; Method of grocery purchase; Plans for additional stores in the area; Name of parent company; Local manager; Year established.


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