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Shot of Spro will be looking for new home

By Tina Meeks
Posted Monday, July 5, 2010

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Pittsboro, NC - For those of you that have been patiently waiting since November 2009 for us to vend at Central Carolina Community College in Pittsboro starting this fall, it won't happen. Dr. Allen has now informed me that the vending contract doesn't come up for renewal until fall 2011.

I kept my promise to not go out of the Town of Pittsboro city limits or out of Chatham County and appreciate those of you that go out of your way to visit us at the old Pittsboro Ford lot, but it is time for us to follow-up with some of our other potential sites to serve the morning commuters, most likely outside Pittsboro's city limits.

I know some folks will be very happy about this decision. The lot is a nice place, but it was only meant to be temporary due to it being up for lease.

We have been going to more and more events during the week and on weekends and will do our best to continue to serve the morning commuters during the workweek no matter where we end up. We will be at the old Ford lot starting at 7 am during the workweek until further notice. It could take a few more months before we decide on another location.

As all of our dedicated customers know, we have tried very hard to stay in Pittsboro and attend events within Chatham County only to serve our community.

 
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