GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- D&W Food Centers brought back a pair of grilling comedians to highlight the chain's promotion of Alaska wild salmon, and again, the antics hooked the attention of local television and radio stations. For the second year in a row, the 26-unit chain joined with the Juneau-based Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute in organizing the return of Mad Dog & Merrill, two guys who combine humor and grilling skills, to give its customers a taste of Alaska's Copper River ...

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