Tinkering in the heartland

Lewis, Len
October 1996
Progressive Grocer;Oct96, Vol. 75 Issue 10, p24
Trade Publication
Reports that B&R Stores which dominates the Lincoln, Nebraska's market, is positioning itself for further growth in the Cornhusker State and beyond. Who founded the company; Percentage of the Lincoln's marketing area which is dominated by B&R; How R&B is changing the face of retailing in Lincoln; Information on B&R's remodeling project.


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