CHANDLER ARIZ. —Restaurant operators in the Phoenix area are harboring hope that Labor Day will begin to mark an easing of the long, hot summer of high gas prices and rampant home foreclosures that have conspired to stunt sales in the region. “We are optimistic,” said Steve Chucri, president and chief executive of the Arizona Hospitality and Restaurant Association. “We are going to weather this storm.” ...
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