It's not a dream: $40,000 a week in total meat sales out of a store measuring only 3,000 square feet. For Southwest Mega Meats, the numbers are a reality. Co-owners George Fuller and Tom Peacock purchased the property, located in a small mini-mall in a lower-to-middle-income area of Orlando, Fla., nearly three years ago. The neighborhood's demographics potentially posed a challenge: There are wide differences in age groups, income levels and ethnic backgrounds. Catering to all of them would ...

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