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Local business makes multi-unit deal with Food Lion

By Staff Report, posted 2 weeks ago
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Local business Flip Flop Sauce has entered a multi-unit deal with Food Lion. 

Flip Flop Sauce President Carl Pringle, CEO Jonathan Dozier, and the L3 Brand partnered together to share the news about the new deal at the Food Lion location at Reilly Road in Fayetteville.

The company’s sauces will officially hit the shelves in June. 

"We are very excited about the expansion opportunities with Food Lion. We are looking forward to a great relationship with such an amazing brand," Dozier said. "We hope that this sparks additional growth with other grocery store companies within the region.”

Flip Flop Sauce currently can be found in several restaurants and stores in the area, such as Kickback Jacks, Nzone 2 Go Restaurant, Pate’s Farm Market, Rustic Burger, and more. 

Pringle credits his success  to those that support him and his business. Pringle and his team work hard to make life better for everyone by participating in community feedings and giveaways.

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