GREEN ACRES, Wash. -- Thanks to drinks with catchy names like Summer Buzz, special staff training and an apparently unslakeable local thirst for coffee, sales at a coffee bar in a Tidyman's unit in Montana are far exceeding industry averages this summer. The espresso bar, at a unit in Kalistell, Mont., has been ringing up $8,000 to $10,000 every week, with sales up nearly 30% from six months ago, said Connie Maclean, espresso bar manager there. "It doesn't matter whether it's hot or cold, ...

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