Gina Jaworoski and her husband Lennie own a small restaurant and catering operation in Bay Shore, N.Y. Business, she reports, has been tolerable at their Milk & Sugar Café and Victorian Room catering facility. But, as is the case with many other Long Island independents, it could be a lot better, particularly given the current economic headwinds.Rather than soldier on alone into an uncertain financial future, though, the Jaworoskis decided to throw in with a newly formed organization ...

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