News4Jax.com Rib Joint Offers 'Signs For Food' Trade
POSTED: 8:10 am EST November 9, 2006 UPDATED: 8:18 am EST November 9, 2006
CHARLESTON, S.C. -- A restaurant chain wants to help clean up the political mess.
But the offer from Sticky Fingers has nothing to do with Capitol Hill corruption. The chain is giving a free appetizer to anyone who picks up campaign clutter and brings in a political sign.
Sticky Fingers co-owner Jeff Goldstein said "just think of those leftover campaign signs as oversized, roadside gift certificates." The offer is good through next Wednesday.
The chain operates 17 restaurants in the Carolinas, Tennessee, Georgia and Florida. Copyright 2006 by The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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