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Wal-Mart Looks to Tenn. for New Supercenter Prototype

BY CSA STAFF

Bentonville, Ark. Wal-Mart Stores is proposing to bring its new Supercenter prototype to Cordova, Tenn., potentially the first location in the state and one of a handful in the country, according to the Memphis Business Journal.

The report noted that the prototype has been submitted to a handful of municipalities around the country, and the proposed Cordova store could become one of the first in the nation to don the new “look and feel,” the report said.

The new site plan for the Wal-Mart Supercenter will be presented to the Shelby County Land Use Control Board July 10, the report said.

It was withdrawn from consideration earlier this year, according to the report. The store has drawn opposition from neighbors and concerns from the Memphis and Shelby County Division of Planning and Development, the report said.

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Sears boosts holiday offerings

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NEW YORK Sears Holdings will approach the holidays not only with new decorations and gifts, but with new products and brands, too.

Kmart will offer seven decoration and wrapping paper themes in Martha Stewart Everyday, as well as ornaments from Christopher Radko, under the low-priced Celebrations by Radko brand, and with an Elvis theme. In time for holidays, the retailer will launch a line of CosmoGIRL bedding at Sears. This comes as the initial phase of the company’s Canon brand domestics launch begins at Kmart. Sears also will offer a nail driving tool in its Nextec compact, female-oriented line under the Craftsman brand, new treadmills from NordicTrack including the top-of-the-line $1,699 Elite XT, the first to offer a digital ATSC tuner in an integrated television set, and a new color, Chai, in its Kenmore Elite HE5t Steam Team washer and dryer.

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Food Lion to share POS data

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SUNNYVALE, Calif. Food Lion has selected Retail Solutions, a leading solution provider helping consumer product goods companies create value with retailer data, to help share its point-of-sale data with its suppliers.

Using Retail Solutions Demand Signal Management program, Food Lion will be able to share POS information by store and item, as well as by data points at the warehouse level, including shipment and ordering. The information is then automatically converted to the individual supplier’s format, item master and hierarchies, the companies reported.

“We chose Retail Solutions because their offering enables our suppliers to immediately and effectively leverage our data to drive improvements in our joint supply chain,” said Pete Bonneau, vp of efficiency and productivity for Food Lion. “Retail Solutions’ technology and services provide an effective solution to share near real-time data in a way that enables suppliers to take immediate action.”

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