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Topic - Ron Tanner
One more sign that the economy is picking up steam is coming from an aisle at the local grocery story.
The state of Ohio has its share of high school football talent and the Ohio State Buckeyes do their best to make sure those prospects stay home.
Ron Tanner enjoys contact, whether he is being hit or doing the hitting.
Name: Ron Tanner
"A lot of people have cut out eating at restaurants. Instead of going out … they're going to stores and cooking [meals] themselves," Mr. Tanner said.
Mr. Tanner said that gap is closing as natural food stores and other outlets continue to attract new customers.