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									The Rib Hut

As the RIBS Turn
September 2007

The Rib Hut Amnesty Mondays
All expired certificates are valid again! But only on MONDAYS , September 3rd, 10th, 17th, & 24th
Check your purse. Check your glove box. Any old certificates still stuck to your refrigerator?
All expired certificates are good on MONDAYS this month. This includes: Royalty Rewards postcards, Birthday cards, Anniversary cards, Un-opened Easter Eggs, Scratch-off cards, Old e-mail offers, old No Peeking Envelopes…

10 Ways to have a Safe Start of the School Year
1. Be sure your child knows his or her home phone number (including area code) and address, your work number, the number of another trusted adult, and how to use 911 for emergencies. Make sure your child has enough change to make a phone call or they carry a telephone calling card. 2. Plan a walking route to school or the bus stop. Choose the most direct way with the fewest street crossings and use intersections with crossing guards. Test the route with your child. Tell him or her to stay away from parks, vacant lots, fields, and other places where there aren't many people around. 3. Teach children -- whether walking, biking, or riding the bus to school -- to obey all traffic signals, signs, traffic officers, and safety patrols. Remind them to be extra careful in rainy, foggy, or snowy weather. 4. Make sure they walk to and from school with others -- a friend, neighbor, brother, sister. 5. When car-pooling, drop off and pick up children as close to school as possible. Don't leave until they have entered the schoolyard or building. 6. Teach your child never to talk to strangers or accept rides or gifts from strangers. Remember, a stranger is anyone you or your children doesn't know well or doesn't trust. 7. Set up rules for locking doors and windows, answering the door or telephone. 8. Make sure he or she checks in with you or a neighbor immediately after school. 9. Agree on rules for inviting friends over and for going to a friend's house when no adult is home. 10. Take time to listen carefully to children's fears and feelings about people or places that scare them or make them feel uneasy. Tell them to trust their instincts. Take complaints about bullies and other concerns seriously

Limit ONE certificate per table….. NO exceptions

Hip Hip Hooray, we are Now OPEN on MONDAY!
New Hours:
Monday – Wednesday 11:30am - 9:00pm Thursday – Saturday 11:30am – 10:00pm

Looking a FREE place to party?
Christmas is just around the corner. Have you booked the greatest place in town for a party? Don’t know where that is? It’s our private hut in front of the restaurant! We can seat up to 65, and offer buffet service for groups of 15 or more! Visit www.theribhut.com and click on the GAZEBO page for more information. There is NO room charge for any party booked before December 31, 2007! Our private hut is great for business luncheons, birthday parties and other year round events! Feel free to call (252) 291-1046 if you have any questions.

Lunch B uffet Hour s:
Monday – Friday 11:30am – 2:00 pm $6.99

Thanks For All The Kind Words!
“Great food! Fast Service! Friendly Folk!” T. Thomas, Wilson, NC “Best hamburger in town!” L. Webb, Wilson, NC “Servers very attentive, food wonderful, dessert excellent.” T Badalucco Wilson, NC
Join Our Loyalty Program and Save Every Time You Dine With US! The Rib Hut 3711 C Peppermill Drive Wilson, NC 27896 (252) 291-1046 www.theribhut.com Monday – Wednesday 11:30am – 9:00pm Thursday – Saturday 11:30am – 10:00pm

The Rib Hut Live Music Schedule
Saturday… Sept 1…...Willie Knight, Jazz Guitarist Friday… Sept 7..........Butch El Ramey, Pianist Saturday… Sept 8.….Jerry Allen, Vocalist Friday …Sept 14…...Butch El Ramey, Pianist Saturday… Sept 15...Barbara Lewis, Vocalist Friday …Sept 21…...Willie Knight, Jazz Guitarist Saturday… Sept 22...Jo Cea, Jazz Pianist Friday …Sept 28…..Willie Knight, Jazz Guitarist Saturday… Sept 29...Willie Knight, Jazz Guitarist All music begins at 7pm. TIPS are greatly appreciated by our talented local musicians.

FAMILY MEAL DEALS
Pork Rib Dinner Wing Meal Deal
Feeds 4 – 6 people Feeds 3-5 people 2 Slabs Pork Ribs 25 Wings 2 Pints of Sides 2 Pints of Sides 2 Loaves of Bread 2 Loaves of Bread $35.99 $25.99 * Plus a FREE Gallon of Iced Tea*

Beef Rib Dinner
Feeds 4 – 6 people 2 Slabs Beef Ribs 2 Pints of Sides 2 Loaves of Bread $37.99

Ribs & Wings
Feeds 4-6 people 25 Wings 1 Slab Ribs 2 Pints of Sides 2 Loaves of Bread $ 36.99

“Real Things”
Album Signing Party Monday Sept 17 7pm
As man y of you already know, a great friend of ours, Chris Brown, aka Plowboy, frequently plays here at The Rib Hut. Chris has recently written a song that is the title track of country artist, Joe Nichols, new album “Real Things”. Chris has a very busy schedule on the road with The Zac Brown Band . However, Chris, has graciously agreed to hold a FREE album signing at The Rib Hut. All you have to do is bring your own copy of Joe Nichols “Real Things.” You will get a chance to meet and talk with Chris while enjoying some great music and a great meal at The Rib Hut. See you at the Party! Carl & Michelle P.S. We’re ordering a huge Congratulations cake. Everyone attending the party gets a FREE piece of cake and there will be FREE balloons & leis for the kids!

* Plus a FREE Gallon of Iced Tea* School’s back in and we know cooking is the last thing you have time for, so just give us a call and we’ll have dinner ready for you in less than 25 minutes. (252) 291-1046 Valid for take-out only Meal Deal prices not valid with any coupons/discounts

Gold Card Membership in our Royalty Rewards Program is now available!
Upgrade your Royalty Rewards membership and for $18 a month you’ll receive a $25 gift card every month. Join the Rib Master Gold Plus Club and receive a $50 gift card every month for only $35 per month! Next time you dine with us, just ask your server for an enrollment form or call (252) 291-1046 to speak to Michelle!

Due to a system change, we can only accept ONE discount certificate per table. However, our system does have the ability to split one discount between checks. For example, if you have a $10 discount certificate, we can give a $5 discount to two checks. Discount certificates apply to regular menu pricing. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. We thank you for your cooperation with this new system and for continuing to help us make The Rib Hut a great place to dine!

Join Our Loyalty Program and Save Every Time You Dine With US! The Rib Hut 3711C Peppermill Drive Wilson, NC (252) 291-1046 www.theribhut.com Monday – Wednesday 11:30am – 9:00pm Thursday – Saturday 11:30am – 10:00pm

Check your INBOX
Don’t forget to check your email for great money saving opportunities from us. We occasionally send out exclusive deals for our email customers only. All you have to do is print the emails and bring them in. If you are not on our email list, go to www.theribhut.com and sign up today! Did you know you can update your Royalty Rewards account and check your points online? Just go to www.myownrewards.com, you will need your Royalty Rewards card number.

Daily Specials
Monday
Full Slabs To-Go $11.99

Tuesday
Beef Ribs $12.99 Kids Eat for $1
Limit one $1 kids meal per adult entrée purchase

Wednesday
All U Can Eat Wings $12.99

Thursday
All U Can Eat Pork Ribs $15.99

Why Did You Say That?
Do you know where these common expressions come from? • Barking up the wrong tree originated with hunting dogs that would bark at the bottom of a tree where they mistakenly thought their quarry was hiding. • When you can’t hold a candle to someone, you can’t measure up. This comes from the practice of apprentices holding a candle so their masters could see what they were doing. If an apprentice couldn’t even do that, he was obviously inferior. • When tempers get out of control & you fly off the handle, you’re like a loose axe head that flies off its handle. • Stealing one’s thunder: this phrase originated in 1709 when John Dennis, an English playwright, invented a new method of simulating the sound of thunder on stage that used metal balls rolling around in wooden troughs. Dennis’s play was not successful but his technique was, and when he realized it was being used in a later production of Macbeth, he purportedly accused the director of stealing his thunder. • A flash in the pan, something with great promise that doesn’t come to fruition, dates back to Gold Rush days. A miner might see a flash in his pan that didn’t turn out to be gold. Similarly, something doesn’t pan out when it doesn’t meet expectations.

Full Slab Pork Ribs $13.99 Full Slab Beef Ribs $14.99 Gallon of Tea $3.99 Side Items - Pint $3.19 Quart $5.99
Special prices cannot be combined with any other offers/discounts/coupons

Take-Out

Call (252) 291-1046 to place your order People cannot do any work that will make them right with God. Romans 4:5
An old man was running a fairground tent. Upon the tent hung a sign that read: “$50—learn to be a mind reader.” A teenager who was passing by was intrigued. He entered the tent and decided to try his luck. “OK, here we go,” said the old man as he handed the boy a water hose. “I want you to hold this hose and look in the end.” “What for?” asked the teenager. “It’s all part of teaching you to become a mind reader,” the old man said. Reluctantly, the teen took up the garden hose and peered into the end. He saw nothing. Only darkness. Then suddenly, the old man turned on the tap and water came gushing out all over the young man’s face. “I knew you were going to do something like that!” the teenager yelled, while water dripped from his face. “That’ll be $50 then,” the old man said.
—as retold from The Giant Book of Jokes edited by David Phillips

Get 5% -$50 off & Enter to win a trip for 2 to the John Boy & Billy Radio Show
Don’t forget to bring your customer appreciation scratch off cards back this month to reveal your FREE gift & to enter in the drawing to win a trip for 2 to the John Boy & Billy Show in Charlotte, NC.

Join Our Loyalty Program and Save Every Time You Dine With US! The Rib Hut 3711C Peppermill Drive Wilson, NC (252) 291-1046 www.theribhut.com Monday – Wednesday 11:30am – 9:00pm Thursday – Saturday 11:30am – 10:00pm

SEPTEMBER CALENDAR OF EVENTS
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

1 Apple Month Little League Month Children's Good Library Card All American Manners Month Sign-Up Month Breakfast Month

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3 Labor Day

4 Newspaper Carrier Day

6 5 Fight Procrastination Day

7 8 First Miss International Literacy Day America Pageant, 1921

11 10 9 911 Day Grandparent's Ellis Island opens as a Day museum, 1990

13 12 Chocolate Day National Chocolate Milkshake Day

18 17 20 16 19 National Singles Citizenship Final episode of Day/Constitution CBS goes on Week the TV series, the air (1927) M*A*S*H, 1983 Day

15 14 Star Spangled Alexander Banner was Fleming written by discovers Francis Scott Penicillin, 1928 Key, 1814 21 22 The Birth of the Family Health & Ice Cream Cone Fitness Day

23 25 24 World's First Day of Fall longest kiss recorded - 17 days,10.5hours, 30 (1984)

26 National Pancake Day

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Join Our Loyalty Program and Save Every Time You Dine With US! The Rib Hut 3711C Peppermill Drive Wilson, NC (252) 291-1046 www.theribhut.com Monday – Wednesday 11:30am – 9:00pm Thursday – Saturday 11:30am – 10:00pm

FREE
With any Take-Out purchase of $25 or more
Cannot be combined with any other offers/discounts Expires 09/29/07 The Rib Hut Wilson, NC (252) 291-1046 www.theribhut.com

FREE
Dessert for Two
With the purchase of any two entrees & two beverages
Cannot be combined with any other offers/discounts Limit one certificate per table Expires 09/29/07 The Rib Hut Wilson, NC (252) 291-1046 www.theribhut.com

Gallon of Tea

NEW

Hours

Monday – Wednesday 11:30 – 9:00 Thursday - Saturday 11:30 - 10:00 Gold Plate Award Winner 2007 “Best Casual Restaurant” Lunch Buffet Monday – Friday 11:30 am – 2:00 pm

The Rib Hut 3711C Peppermill Drive Wilson, NC 27896 (252) 291-1046 www.theribhut.com

Join Our Loyalty Program and Save Every Time You Dine With US! The Rib Hut 3711C Peppermill Drive Wilson, NC (252) 291-1046 www.theribhut.com Monday – Wednesday 11:30am – 9:00pm Thursday – Saturday 11:30am – 10:00pm


								
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