Cracker Barrel, after outcry, resumes selling ‘Duck Dynasty’ products – Los Angeles Times

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Zennie Abraham / Zennie62
Los Angeles Times
Cracker Barrel has heeded to an old adage: The customer is always right. Late Sunday, the Tennessee-based restaurant chain, which has 625 locations in 42 states, reversed course and said it would resume selling “Duck Dynasty” merchandise. Customer
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