SHORELINE, Wash. — A recent event at Central Market here attracted over 2,000 people and helped draw customer attention to some of the products that differentiate the store. Meet, Eat and Greet is a two-day event, now in its fourth year. On each day, some 40 local vendor booths filled an area outside the store and lined the aisles inside, where samples were given out and product demonstrations were held. Vendors also talked to interested consumers about their businesses. “The idea is that ...

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