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Old Brands are Coming Back

WSJ: Get ready for the return of Astro Pops, Boast logo shirts, National Premium beer and the Seafood Shanty restaurant chain—all names that had avid followings in their time. The difficult economy is prompting many entrepreneurs to try to revive old brands from the dead—or the near-dead.
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