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Can two guys make a living selling barbecue two days a week from a trailer parked next to a highway gas station? “Absolutely not,” Jordan Rosemeyer said of Rosemeyer Bar-B-Q, which he runs with his business partner and best friend since kindergarten, Ben Maxwell. “We lose money most weeks,” Rosemeyer told me candidly. They’ve saved enough from catering jobs they’ve been lucky enough to land to fund their less-than-profitable Fridays and Saturdays along Grand Parkway in Spring. “We were hoping that the following would find us before the money ran out,” Rosemeyer said. Fortunately for them, when that following arrives, they’ll find some damn fine barbecue.Rosemeyer’s and Maxwell’s interest in barbecue caught fire during competitions they’d enter in the Huntsville area while attending Sam Houston…
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