LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. — Lamb's Thriftway scored big benefits recently when it pitted two high school football teams against each other in a cheese-selling competition. The event at the five-unit retailer's newly remodeled unit here was announced at football games in the weeks leading up to it, pushing enthusiasm high. Players on the selling teams even arrived at the store early on competition day, officials said, adding that the event was fun and was also good for business. “I know store ...

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