IMAGES FOR THE SHELF EDGE

LONDON, Ky. -- Circulars and ads are very visual media, depicting clear pictures of products being promoted. By contrast, shelf labels tend to be text-based, filled with sometimes-incomprehensible product abbreviations.ar, the QuickSet image strips, from Gladson Interactive, are being used by 70 Laurel-supplied stores, up from 10 when the program started.Bill Baker, vice president of information systems

LONDON, Ky. -- Circulars and ads are very visual media, depicting clear pictures of products being promoted. By contrast, shelf labels tend to be text-based, filled with sometimes-incomprehensible product abbreviations.

ar, the QuickSet image strips, from Gladson Interactive, are being used by 70 Laurel-supplied stores, up from 10 when the program started.

Bill Baker, vice president of information systems for Laurel, said he expects many more stores to request the tags. These

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