NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Nearly five years into its experiment with downtown food retailing, S&C Foods is getting it right. The company's H.G. Hill Urban Market, which opened on Church Street in the heart of Music City in February 2007, has overcome some early struggles, Mark Maxwell, the store's manager, told SN in a recent interview. And success in this venue, he admitted, didn't come exactly as drawn up. “It hasn't been an overnight process,” Maxwell ...
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