LOUISVILLE Ky. When business is slow and managers cut staff, crews often complain that it's a challenge to maintain sanitation standards.Too bad, say operators like Dave Reasner, an 11-unit Dairy Queen operator in Tipton, Ind. Some things are non-negotiable, and sanitation is one of them. That point was beaten into his head by his dad as he grew up in the business."My father was always saying, 'We have to be clean, from the kitchen to the bathroom, it has to be clean,'" Reasner said. "Dairy ...

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