THIBODAUX, La. -- Rouses is Louisiana. The retailer lives, breathes, eats, cooks, buys and supplies everything the crawfish capital of the world provides. And it's worked since 1960 when Anthony Rouse and his cousin, Ciro DeMarco, opened the 7,000-square-foot Ciro's Supermarket in Houma (see related story on Rouses in Fresh Market, page 54). A second store was opened in 1975 bearing the name Rouses. DeMarco retired in 1976 and sold his share to Anthony's son Donald, who runs the chain ...

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