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Brian Perrone on slowly growing the Slows footprint

Slows restaurant in Detroit caught lightning in a bottle when it opened in 2005. It has slowly grown since then despite numerous offers to open around the world. Co-founder Brian Perrone explains why.

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Slows is a fast-growing barbeque restaurant and bar. It is based in Detroit's Corktown neighborhood and has a carry-out location in Midtown.

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