Ocean State Job Lot CEO Marc Perlman admits the experience of shopping in one of his stores can be confusing in terms of the types of items it stocks at any given time.
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Nowadays, just about any grocery store carries natural and organic foods, sometimes in a separate section or aisle. But when Mollie Stone’s Markets – which began selling only natural foods in the San Francisco Bay area in 1986 – first combined the two side-by-side, the biggest objections were from the natural vitamin and supplement industries.
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Shopping at an IKEA is always a unique experience. The company strives to present its 10,000 exclusively designed home and office products in a manner that illustrates their practicality and aesthetic appeal to shoppers. However, IKEA’s uniqueness also is on display through the company’s commitment to sustainable business practices, and the company says it strives to be an example to the rest of the retail industry in that regard.
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The top executive at The Hartley Co. credits its more than 140 years of success in business to one factor. “First and foremost, I think we’ve had a long line of leaders that have maintained a high level of integrity throughout our years of business, and that’s what’s kept us in good relations with vendors and suppliers,” President Doug Hartley says. “Integrity is the most important thing to us; we’ve made it this long being honest, having integrity and doing what we say we’re going to do.”
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Founded in 1981 and headquartered in New Paltz, N.Y., Chestnut Petroleum Distributors (CPD) Inc. has established a significant footprint of gas stations and convenience stores. Among the leading petroleum distributors and marketers in the Northeast, CPD’s portfolio has been built on several go-to-market methods, including company-operated and commission agent sites.
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As the grocery industry evolves, so do the grocery stores. Brookshire Grocery Co. (BGC) has reacted to the changes in the industry by creating different formats to meet customers’ differing needs. Besides its full-service Brookshire’s Food Stores, the company also has established its Super 1 Foods warehouse-style stores and is experimenting with its new FRESH by Brookshire’s concept store in its headquarters city of Tyler, Texas.
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With the proliferation of digital cameras, social media networks and photography apps that allow users to alter images with the flick of a finger, anyone can play memory-maker with their phones, tablets or computers. But for everyone who still enjoys creating something with their own personal style, the feel of paper in their hands and the sounds, scents and textures of scrapbooks, there is Archiver’s.
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The life of Carroll Shelby, that farmer turned icon, may soon be told on the big and small screens. His life was recounted by Wallace A. Wyss in the 2007 biography “Shelby: The Man, The Cars, The Legend,” which provided the base for the in-production drama miniseries, “The Drivers.”
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