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July 24, 1993 | SARA FRITZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Across the country, Stew Leonard is known as the kind of entrepreneur whom other American business people ought to emulate--a humble milkman whose retailing genius made him a big success. For years, Leonard has lived by the slogan "the customer is always right," going to extreme lengths to attract patrons to his massive, high-volume dairy store in nearby Norwalk, Conn.
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July 24, 1993 | SARA FRITZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Across the country, Stew Leonard is known as the kind of entrepreneur whom other American business people ought to emulate--a humble milkman whose retailing genius made him a big success. For years, Leonard has lived by the slogan "the customer is always right," going to extreme lengths to attract patrons to his massive, high-volume dairy store in nearby Norwalk, Conn.
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November 20, 1988 | NANCY SHULINS, Associated Press
The crowd is five deep at the petting zoo, and just parking the car requires patience, skill and help from a guy in a sheriff's uniform directing bumper-to-bumper traffic around a huge lot. Inside, robot dogs sing mournfully of lost love and Rich Milk, spokescarton for "The Farm Fresh Five," an animated quintet of dairy products, plays to a packed house. College kids in cow costumes cavort between shows and helium balloons float through popcorn-scented air.
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November 20, 1988 | NANCY SHULINS, Associated Press
The crowd is five deep at the petting zoo, and just parking the car requires patience, skill and help from a guy in a sheriff's uniform directing bumper-to-bumper traffic around a huge lot. Inside, robot dogs sing mournfully of lost love and Rich Milk, spokescarton for "The Farm Fresh Five," an animated quintet of dairy products, plays to a packed house. College kids in cow costumes cavort between shows and helium balloons float through popcorn-scented air.
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June 14, 1991 | GARRY ABRAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's early evening, a time when many in Beverly Hills probably are ready for a hot tub or a sensory deprivation chamber. But not the 35 or so people in a meeting room of the Ramada Hotel on Beverly Boulevard. Nope, these folks are on their feet, ready to pound out a few hard, hilly miles on the road to self-improvement. "MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB," the group shouts in unison, following instructor Evelyn Schlaphoff's energetic urging to belt out the nursery rhyme.
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