Parker’s Kitchen Opens Georgetown Store | Georgetown SC Business News

Georgetown — A Savannah-based convenience store expands into the Grand Strand retail marketplace in historic Georgetown.

parker’s kitchen It recently opened at 1347 North Fraser Street across from the Walmart shopping center. This gas station with Lowcountry-inspired architecture is his first of two locations planned in his third-oldest city in the state.

“We are truly honored to join the Georgetown community and contribute to supporting our local schools while serving our local customers,” said founder and CEO Greg Parker in a statement. rice field. “Our newest location in Georgetown is a great fit for our growth plans based on the construction of new stores in a strong growth market.”

A Parker’s Kitchen store is also under construction on US 17, next to the Quality Inn Hotel and across from Taco Bell. A company official has not announced when the second facility will be completed.

In addition to fuel, Parker’s Kitchen features a hot bar serving made-from-scratch meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as chewable ice, coffee, lemonade, and sweetened teas and beer.

Popular menu items include their fried chicken tenders, spicy chicken tender sandwiches, mac and cheese, salads, and potato logs.

The US 701 store is Parkers’ 32nd store statewide and has a portfolio of more than 70 stores in Georgia and South Carolina, primarily in the Savannah/Hilton Head and Charleston areas. Expanding along the border. Future stores in Aiken.

According to company officials, return Fuel all local communities through the store’s Fueling the Community program, which donates a portion of gasoline sold to local schools on the first Wednesday of each month. The program has donated nearly $2 million to schools in South Carolina and Georgia.

Customers can also donate to Lowcountry Food Banks through the company’s Roundup campaign. At Parkers, he donates 25 percent of all Roundup donations made in-store.

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