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BILLS WILL FORGO GROCERY STORE DEAL FOR MALL KIOSKS
Published May 11, 1998
Talks to sell Bills tickets at Wegmans stores throughout Western NY starting this summer "have all but ended and now the team is leaning toward setting up kiosks in malls," according to Leo Roth of the Rochester DEMOCRAT & CHRONICLE. Bills VP/Administration Jim Miller said that the stumbling blocks with Wegmans "involved concerns about surcharges, software and internal control policies." A spokesperson for Wegmans said that the surcharge proposed "was highly competitive" (DEMOCRAT & CHRONICLE, 5/8).