Hard work. Practicing the golden rule. And raising two boys to be their best. All roads to Bob Campbell lead back to these commitments. But you might just miss the man's most endearing trait if you happened to stumble past the sack of potatoes he would rather soon forget. "Growing up, I couldn't stand to have someone think I was lazy. I just had to work hard," Bob says. "When I was 15, I got a job at Hasty-Tastey, a famous greasy spoon restaurant on University Avenue. I was going to make $1.50 for peeling a 100-pound bag of potatoes. But after an hour of peeling I had hardly made a dent in the bag. Suddenly, a light bulb went on." The light of logic, and the gift of common sense. Bob Campbell has used these life long tools to build an enduring business partnership, a successful.