Tenacious individuals have long been pivotal characters in the countless Horatio Alger-type stories that seem to chronicle the history of the foodservice business.Examples abound of restaurant entrepreneurs who have persevered long after many others gladly would have exchanged stovetops for desktops.Hanging tough when the going gets rough isn’t easy, but it pays big dividends, whether you’re talking about foodservice or sports. Just ask the repeat national college basketball champions, the ...

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