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The demand for Guy Parker’s famous barbeque sauce continues to grow. We hope you will consider making your mark in history by selling Guy Parker’s famous barbeque sauce in your stores.

Guy Parker's Barbeque in the News

The Triangle Tribune, "Guy Parker's Sauce Still Thrives"

Tim's Food Marketing Podcast , "Talking Barbecue Sauce"

The Business Journal, May 4th 2012 "Guy Parker defied segregation; legacy lives on in sauce"

The Business Journal, Volume 14 Number 34 "More grocers looking for local flavor"

Entrepreneur.com, "How barbecue helped break down racial barriers"

News & Record, "Dad's special sauce puts a fire in son's belly" (PDF)

The Goldsboro News-Argus, "Parker's barbecue: The sauce of life" (PDF) Part 1

The Goldsboro News-Argus, "Parker's barbecue: The sauce of life" (PDF) Part 2

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Guy Parker’s Barbeque Restaurant was a thriving family business serving lunch and dinner to the community of Goldsboro, NC and surrounding areas.

Guy Parker’s Barbeque Restaurant served a full menu of pit-cooked whole pigs cooked on top of smoldering coals of oak wood, barbeque chicken, seafood, and homemade side dishes. Guy, along with his wife, Yvonne, operated Guy Parker’s Barbeque Restaurant for 43 years.

Guy Parker’s Barbeque Restaurant closed in 2005 after Guy became ill with cancer. Although the restaurant is currently closed, Guy’s specially formulated sauce which he used to make his famous pit-cooked pork barbeque and chicken is still available to consumers.

The demand for Guy Parker’s famous barbeque sauce continues to grow. John Parker, Guy’s youngest son, is continuing the tradition of his father’s legacy by bringing Guy Parker’s Barbeque Sauce to the market so people across the globe can enjoy the all natural goodness and flavor of barbequing at home amongst other ways to enjoy Guy’s barbeque sauce on poultry, seafood, vegetables, etc. We hope you will consider making your mark in history by selling Guy Parker’s famous barbeque sauce in your stores.

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" When father Guy Parker opened his barbecue restaurant in 1962, after years of overseeing the barbecue pit in a large restaurant in the area, he dedicated himself to building a business and a legacy for his family..."

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“ When Parker's father opened the restaurant in 1962, the Civil Rights Movement wasn't top of mind. The World War II veteran and barbeque pit master was more interested in winning over customers with his succulent pork, barbeque chicken and tangy secret sauce..."

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