Consumers have come to rely on drive-throughs for their coffee, burgers, even dry-cleaning and prescriptions. Now in the Midwest, some convenience-store retailers are exploring installing drive-through capabilities as a way to attract time-strapped customers. Express Convenience Centers, based in Appleton, Wis., is a Midwest retailer who is embracing the concept of the drive-through. “We wanted to find something that was different from our competition,” said Lorie Beyer, ...

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