Chapter 5

1. Chapter 5 JEN CIAMPI BLOCK 3 2. My Business  My business would be a diner.  I would do this because diners are very convenient and inexpensive which means that…
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  • 1. Chapter 5 JEN CIAMPI BLOCK 3
  • 2. My Business  My business would be a diner.  I would do this because diners are very convenient and inexpensive which means that more people would be eating there regularly.  I would be successful because there are many northerners in this area that used to have diners and would like to see one down here.  My competition would be places like briggs that are similar to diners.
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