Elvis, elephants, giraffes and Coney Island bumper cars may catch customers' attention first, but the “Big Cheese” sign towers over all, guiding shoppers to what many are looking for — the immense selection of specialty cheese at Jungle Jim's International Market in Fairfield, Ohio. Even through the darkest days of the recession, the cheese shop's sales continued to grow, up a little each week. “The cheese shop's sales have shown double-digit growth each of the past two years,” Debby ...

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