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|Friday, July 17, 2009|
Across the nation, quick-service restaurant sales are actually up 4 percent from last year, while full-service sales are expected to increase only 1 percent. And while other industries are getting grilled, local burger restaurants continue to prosper as customers seek lower-priced meals and consistent quality.
Read the full story at The Bulletin.
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