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Stores hustle to stock shelves

Retailers see brisk sales of batteries, generators, gas

Price Chopper warehouse worker Peter DiCaprio moves pallets of water and food to a tractor trailer that will be shipped to a local Price Chopper store.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Price Chopper warehouse worker Peter DiCaprio moves pallets of water and food to a tractor trailer that will be shipped to a local Price Chopper store.
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Anticipating Hurricane Sandy, Capital Region residents stormed supermarkets and hardware stores in search of emergency supplies, leaving some shelves bare and store owners scrambling to restock them. At Marty’s True Value Paint and Hardware in Schenectady, the first thing to go out of stock was generators. Then the “D” batteries were wiped out. Now all of the lanterns are gone, Manny Aragosa, one of the store’s owners, reported. The good news is there are still ...


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