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Monday, July 28, 2014

“C’mon back and we’ll fight”

By DON HIMSEL

Telegraph staff

The crowd was thinning out and I was just about to do the same (sorry, bad Dylan reference), and I ran into Asa Ammarin.

Asa is from Concord. He’s a Market Basket employee from store 35 on Fort Eddy Road. He and a few thousand of his friends came together to rally for Artie T. Demoulas and a future for their beloved grocery company. Whether that happens, well, time will tell, but there are some determined people out there. ...

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The crowd was thinning out and I was just about to do the same (sorry, bad Dylan reference), and I ran into Asa Ammarin.

Asa is from Concord. He’s a Market Basket employee from store 35 on Fort Eddy Road. He and a few thousand of his friends came together to rally for Artie T. Demoulas and a future for their beloved grocery company. Whether that happens, well, time will tell, but there are some determined people out there.

He carried his acoustic bass. I asked him if he had a Market Basket song. He didn’t at the time, but came up with something pretty quickly, plugging in the words “fam” and “strike.”

Have a listen.

Don Himsel can be reached at 594-6590 or dhimsel@nashuatelegraph.com. Also, follow Himsel on Twitter (@Telegraph_DonH).