CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — The Butcher Shoppe, a small, family-owned business here, has expanded in more ways than one — footage, product variety, volume and sales. While staying open through months of construction that added on 13,000 square feet, bringing the total to 32,000 square feet, and disrupted operations somewhat, the company managed to keep sales steady. “And just since January, when everything was completed, sales are up 20%,” Marketing Manager Adam Keath told SN, adding that he hopes ...
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