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|Tuesday, June 02, 2009|
White City residents Jim and Penny Oberlander run Iron Horse Barbeque and are still seeing profits during a poor economy. Iron Horse benefits from a unique product: Barbeques that are shaped like steam engines, and models that grill partially or completely with infrared heat.
Read the full story in the Medford Mail Tribune.
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