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Southern Manners

Published 9:12am Monday, June 24, 2013

Prior Locations: None

Number of Employees: 12

How’s Business: We have been blessed to have the support and business from the community. Everyday business continues to improve.

One thing you wish everyone knew about your business: We are not here just to serve good food. Yes, that is a big part of it, but we are here to be a blessing to the community and provide a place where people can come eat and enjoy good fellowship.

Something you offer that a customer won’t find elsewhere: Fresh, homemade food along with a high quality meat and cheese deli for an affordable price.

Advice to young entrepreneurs: Don’t rush it. God’s timing is perfect in making your dreams a reality.

Your first job: Working for my dad as a mason.

Your Role Model: Jesus Christ. He is the best role model for everyone in any phase of life.

The Key to a Successful Business is: Providing a product that the community is looking for. Also, realizing that your business isn’t just about you. Be willing to give back to the people who have helped make your business a success.

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