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Pour Sports Pub marks ribbon cutting as kickoff to college, NFL season

Published on Friday, September 6, 2013

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Vaughn Bragg cuts the ceremonial ribbon to mark Pour Sports Pub part of the Greer Station food and entertainment destinations. Allen Smith, Greer Chamber of Commerce President/CEO, and other downtown merchants attended.

Jim Fair

Vaughn Bragg cuts the ceremonial ribbon to mark Pour Sports Pub part of the Greer Station food and entertainment destinations. Allen Smith, Greer Chamber of Commerce President/CEO, and other downtown merchants attended.

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.”

Bragg said his clientele has been steadily increasing and expects a busy Saturday with his grand opening to show the sports bar’s menu, décor and televisions that will host the complete NFL package. To accommodate the NFL crowd Bragg will be open on Mondays at 6 p.m. “Customers are considering us the late night bar and are beginning to find us with our lighted windows,” Bragg said.

Weekend hours are Friday 4 p.m. – 1:30 a.m. and Saturday and Sunday 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 a.m.

Holden Graves, Pour Sports bartender, said, “People will get a good dosage of sports with college and NFL football and the baseball pennant races going on.”

Graves said Thursday’s late Baltimore vs. Denver NFL game proved to draw in the expected crowd. “The two games on Monday night will be a big attraction,” Graves said.

Pour Sports is at 302 Trade Street. Call 864-655-5075.

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