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Freeman's Family Restaurant focuses on food, customers

7:31 AM, Mar. 18, 2013
Tracey Freeman, owner of Freeman's Family Restaurant with her husband, Bob, poses at the restaurant at 1209 N. Military Ave., in Green Bay.
Tracey Freeman, owner of Freeman's Family Restaurant with her husband, Bob, poses at the restaurant at 1209 N. Military Ave., in Green Bay.
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Press-Gazette Media talks with business leaders in its weekly conversation feature. Today, Bob and Tracey Freeman talk about Freeman's Family Restaurant.

The Freemans' roots extend to the Blackstone restaurant, a long-time Green Bay institution. Their own restaurant is on the roundabout at the intersection of Military and Velp avenues, in a building that once was home to a Hardee's fast-food restaurant.

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