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HoneyBaked Ham highlights 2016 and lets kids eat free in January

SALISBURY – HoneyBaked Ham Co. and Cafe came to town in 2005 as a franchise of the Georgia company famous for its glazed hams for over 55 years.

In September, the Salisbury location relocated to 120 Summit Park off Julian Road, across from Dick’s Sporting Goods, Hobby Lobby and Kirklands. Business has continued to grow in the new location.

Last year, the store took on community service and employee training programs. It celebrated Veterans Day with free sandwiches for veterans, a tradition that will continue each year.

Each December, HoneyBaked Ham will continue to donate hams to Rowan Helping Ministries based on the number of catering orders by local companies.

Kitchen manager Jessica Mintz recently received her ServSafe Certification. She has a culinary degree from Clatsop Community College.

“We believe in helping our communities, and HoneyBaked Ham wants to be a leader in helping nonprofit organizations in fundraising efforts, business catering and giving 110 percent in customer service,” said franchise owner Nader Botros, who also owns two other franchises. “We look forward to our ‘Kids Eat Free in January’ campaign.”

From 4 to 7 p.m. Monday-Friday this month, children under 12 can eat free with an adult combo purchase.

For more information, call 704-633-1110 or visit https://myhoneybakedstore.com/salisbury/1578/menu/index.asp.

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