Come midnight on a Friday or Saturday, many grab-and-go restaurants are locking up for the night. But at Gumby's Pizza, a growing chain of takeout and delivery shops on college campuses, the rush is just getting started. Based in Gainesville, Fla., the chain counts on phones ringing off the hook into the wee hours — sometimes until 4 a.m. — as fraternity brothers and sorority sisters place orders for post-partying pizzas and breadstick-like logs of pizza dough, topped with garlic and ...
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