DAYTON, Ohio -- Dorothy Lane Markets is heating up meat and seafood sales with a grilling program that customers find cool. Positioned directly between the seafood and meat departments, the cooking station is a magnet especially early in the evening when people are trying to figure out what to have for dinner, officials said. In fact, the concept is so successful at the company's newest store here that the owners of the three-unit, upscale independent are currently trying to determine the ...

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