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Diane Hepburn (far right) and Trish Meek (second from right), pictured with employees Brandy Melius (in front), Megan Kones (left) and Chloe Brand, say the key to business in a small town is diversity. The duo has sold baked goods, gourmet candies, coffees, and lunch specials at Muffin Tops—and gift items on the lower level Muffin Bottoms—in downtown Faulkton, S.D., since this summer. Photo by Wendy Royston
Diane Hepburn (far right) and Trish Meek (second from right), pictured with employees Brandy Melius (in front), Megan Kones (left) and Chloe Brand, say the key to business in a small town is diversity. The duo has sold baked goods, gourmet candies, coffees, and lunch specials at Muffin Tops—and gift items on the lower level Muffin Bottoms—in downtown Faulkton, S.D., since this summer. Photo by Wendy Royston

Diane Hepburn (far right) and Trish Meek (second from right), pictured with employees Brandy Melius (in front), Megan Kones (left) and Chloe Brand, say the key to business in a small town is diversity. The duo has sold baked goods, gourmet candies, coffees, and lunch specials at Muffin Tops—and gift items on the lower level Muffin Bottoms—in downtown Faulkton, S.D., since this summer. Photo by Wendy Royston

Diane Hepburn (far right) and Trish Meek (second from right), pictured with employees Brandy Melius (in front), Megan Kones (left) and Chloe Brand, say the key to business in a small town is diversity. The duo has sold baked goods, gourmet candies, coffees, and lunch specials at Muffin Tops—and gift items on the lower level Muffin Bottoms—in downtown Faulkton, S.D., since this summer. Photo by Wendy Royston

Diane Hepburn (far right) and Trish Meek (second from right), pictured with employees Brandy Melius (in front), Megan Kones (left) and Chloe Brand, say the key to business in a small town is diversity. The duo has sold baked goods, gourmet candies, coffees, and lunch specials at Muffin Tops—and gift items on the lower level Muffin Bottoms—in downtown Faulkton, S.D., since this summer. Photo by Wendy Royston

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