ROSELAWN, Ind. -- Know your customers on a first-name basis. Be involved with area schools. Be supportive of area organizations. Have a vested interest in your community. Those are tenets of the IGA Hometown Proud philosophy that govern how Tim Myers operates his Roselawn IGA supermarket here. That's why Myers, 47, has been named a 2005 IGA International Retailer of the Year. Myers' store, which became an IGA licensee more than 20 years ago, averages 6,000 customers a week. He enjoys ...
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