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Tim Rosol, Bob Rosol

Tim Rosol, left, and his father, Bob, of Martin Rosol's Meats, pose with three sizes of Doogie's hot dogs. The New Britain company took over production of Doogie's hot dog line after Grote & Weigel prepared to close in January.
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