LACROSSE, Wis. — Quillin's each summer has pitched a produce tent in some of its parking lots, selling seasonal fruits and vegetables at hot prices, and this time the company's deli departments got in on the act. To lure the tent customer into the store, the delis at the nine-unit independent's two largest stores ran a two-day-only sale that was a first, and it won't be the last, officials said. “If customers purchased $5 worth of bulk deli meat, cheese or salad, they got one of our ...

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