ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 10, 1996
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.
(New York: Deborah Weiner) The opposition in the small town of Katonah, New York, to a Starbucks coffee store examined; scenes shown from the town that worries that a Starbucks franchise would destroy the town's unique character. [Cafe owner Teddy WAINWRIGHT - worries about the "mini-malling of America," which chips away at our lifestyle.] [Starbucks project architect Bruce HELMS - wonders about the town's reaction.] [Starbucks Coffee David ORWASHER - cites Katonah as a coffee-drinker's market.]
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