By Nick Carey CHICAGO, July 25 (Reuters) - When asked how business was, Becky Peterson put her right hand horizontally across her face, starting at the base of her nose and moving up to her eyes as if marking a rising water line. "Surviving, barely," she said with a tired smile as she took a break slumped on a wooden bench at the Chicago Gift & Home Market show. She had come here seeking goods for her dog- focused gift shop BJS YLO Dog Emporium in the town of Pekin, Illinois. Shop ...
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