Darrin and Jennifer Jasgur Speak on Starting up The Shed BBQ & Blues Joint

Alabama Business Today hosts Darrin and Jennifer Jasgur on September 5. Mr. and Mrs. Jasgur are owners of The Shed BBQ & Blues Joint and will explain how national recognition has helped them develop their franchise location.

Mobile, AL, September 04, 2009 --(PR.com)-- The program will air September 5, 2009 on WNSI AM 1000 in Robertsdale, FM105.9 in Atmore and by simulcast via the Internet at WNSI from 11:00 AM - 12:00 noon. The co-host for Saturday’s show will be Mr. John Sellers, Adjunct Professor at the University of South Alabama.

The Shed BBQ & Blues Joint began in 2000 in a small 300 square foot shed used for cooking and to serve as a take-out window for barbeque. Within a few years it developed into a 3,800 square foot restaurant with a large area for outdoor seating and a stage for live music. The venue is known for its “tacky chandeliers, shed philosophies, neon, music, aromas and warm smiles.” The owners claim to have a “virtual Mardi Gras for your senses.” The Shed has become nationally known and has earned multiple awards and recognitions including the National BBQ News Magazine naming The Shed among the “Best of the Best BBQ Restaurants in America” beginning in 2003, and the 2005 “Spirit of Barbeque- Restaurant of the Year” Award given at the National Barbeque Association Convention.

To download the interview with Darrin and Jennifer Jasqur visit http://www.alabamabusinesstoday.com.

About Alabama Business Today
Alabama Business Today is a live newsmaker interview program hosted by Calvin Bacon. The program is "the last word in Alabama business talk radio" and a prime source for front-page business news on Saturday morning. Alabama Business Today offers a superior combination of thorough interviews with top business people and expert discussion. The show features interviews with company presidents, politicians, business experts, business authors, business educators and researchers. The show’s crew works hard to explain how businesses affect individuals’ lives. The show also describes how individuals may influence the behaviors of business leaders.

Alabama Business Today is on the radio with a live show on WNSI FM105.9 in Atmore, AM 1000 in Robertsdale, and on the Internet from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. each Saturday.

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