Mike Godfrey had a sigh of relief on the first anniversary of operating a Zaxby’s. “We’ve never experienced a football weekend until the first one, or a Carolina-Clemson game or a Super Bowl,” Godfrey said. “Now we can look back at our files and see how much food we need to order.”
Mike and Tarra Godfrey opened the restaurant at 920 W. Wade Hampton Blvd., within the first month of the high school, college and NFL seasons. That created an instant audience with the Greer and Blue Ridge high school crowds on Friday nights.
Psst. There are free barbecue sandwiches Friday at the lower parking lot at Dooley Field. They are prepared by a competitive barbecue cooker. Pass it on.
Look for the Greer First Baptist signage on the tailgating tent with youth running around playing and tossing the football. Teens will be lounging in trucks, more than legal limit but the vehicles are parked. And spirited students will be getting face- and body-painted for the night’s game to cheer on the Greer Yellow Jackets.
Checking the calendar regularly is really only one of two ways to know what season it is.
These hot September afternoons, has completely disrupted our normal replacing the shorts with blue jeans in the closet routine.
Vaughn Bragg performed the traditional ribbon cutting ceremony and took advantage of the timing to tout Pour Sports Pub’s grand opening and NFL television package.
“We will be giving prizes away all day (Saturday) for our grand opening,” Bragg said. “Football season is here and we’re ready to rock.”
U.S. yogurt-maker Chobani on Thursday announced it is recalling certain cups of its Greek yogurt because they may be contaminated with mold. The recall comes nearly a week after consumer complaints of illness ignited a market withdrawal.
The Twin Falls, Idaho facility has ceased the distribution of the product due to reports of product bloating and swelling and some claims of illness as the company continues its investigation to identify the root cause.