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old valley market

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#1 Jan 9, 2013
whos running it and what is it? grocery. deli or what
pizza

New Tazewell, TN

#2 Jan 10, 2013
I know they are selling pizza saw a sign. Havent been in there though
Mehi

United States

#3 Jan 12, 2013
It is a market and deli from what I understand. Someone from my work ordered pizza from there and they all said it was good. I hope they do well. I think the guy who owns hopper saw mill owns it, but I'm not sure.
Hmmm

Harrogate, TN

#4 Jan 12, 2013
Hopefully it's a market too.
I think

Speedwell, TN

#5 Jan 14, 2013
I think the hoppers have it again
Yummy

Shelby, NC

#6 Jan 15, 2013
Pizzas really good
customer

Bellevue, WA

#7 Jan 17, 2013
Good food
went

Tazewell, TN

#8 Jan 18, 2013
Huge burgers!! Very good
question

New Tazewell, TN

#9 Jan 20, 2013
We didnt not support them when they were going to see alcohol. We was against it. I think it is good to have another store in our community. But, I havent been in there. I have mixed feelings about it. I know they are not selling alcohol but if I go and buy from them after not supporting their store. Is this wrong?
question

New Tazewell, TN

#10 Jan 20, 2013
We didnt support them when they were going to sell alcohol. We was against it. I think it is good to have another store in our community. But, I havent been in there. I have mixed feelings about it. I know they are not selling alcohol but if I go and buy from them after not supporting their store when they wanted to open and sell alcohol. Is this wrong?
my two cents

Richmond, KY

#11 Jan 20, 2013
If people are gonna drink...they are gonna get it some where.... I think it would be good for Caiborne County to at least get the tax money from the sale .. instead of Lee County ....
bill

Charlotte, NC

#12 Jan 20, 2013
You didn't support them cause they wanted to sell beer. Yet you can drive into Harrogate and buy beer. Honestly YOU should drive to Harrogate to buy your hamburgers. I'm sure if you'll stop buy and tell them how you were so against their beer sales they'll be glad to NOT sell you anything. In a nutshell don't be a hypocrite stay away from their business they wouldn't want you as a customer anyway.
crazy

Tazewell, TN

#13 Jan 21, 2013
question wrote:
We didnt support them when they were going to sell alcohol. We was against it. I think it is good to have another store in our community. But, I havent been in there. I have mixed feelings about it. I know they are not selling alcohol but if I go and buy from them after not supporting their store when they wanted to open and sell alcohol. Is this wrong?
What about the people you sit beside at church? Do you think everyone you talk to and go to church with don't drink?? What about when you go to the grocery store. Wal-Mart in Ky don't sell beer but in other states they do.. Wal-Mart still supports the sells of beer in other states. Are you gonna quit shopping at Wal-Mart?
Not Hungry

New Tazewell, TN

#14 Jan 22, 2013
bill wrote:
You didn't support them cause they wanted to sell beer. Yet you can drive into Harrogate and buy beer. Honestly YOU should drive to Harrogate to buy your hamburgers. I'm sure if you'll stop buy and tell them how you were so against their beer sales they'll be glad to NOT sell you anything. In a nutshell don't be a hypocrite stay away from their business they wouldn't want you as a customer anyway.
They don't have to tell me they don't want to sell me anything. I wouldn't go in there if they were giving away free food. I opposed their beer store and their whatever it is will go belly up. In six to eight months that place will be losing enough money to end their business. People remember what effort was made to multiply the drunks on the highways slaughtering sober citizens. Whoop it up now folks and watch it fail shortly.
bill

Oak Ridge, NC

#15 Jan 22, 2013
Not Hungry wrote:
<quoted text> They don't have to tell me they don't want to sell me anything. I wouldn't go in there if they were giving away free food. I opposed their beer store and their whatever it is will go belly up. In six to eight months that place will be losing enough money to end their business. People remember what effort was made to multiply the drunks on the highways slaughtering sober citizens. Whoop it up now folks and watch it fail shortly.
So truth is you just wish the Hoppers fail. Seems like they're doing quite well every time I pass by the parking lots full of cars. But praise the Lord and keep praying your brothers business fails you ol hypocrite. You are bound to be a Baptist aren't you?
you do not make sense

New Tazewell, TN

#16 Jan 22, 2013
I do not drive to harrogate to buy beer nor do i buy it anywhere and why would I want to support their business by giving them my business
bill wrote:
You didn't support them cause they wanted to sell beer. Yet you can drive into Harrogate and buy beer. Honestly YOU should drive to Harrogate to buy your hamburgers. I'm sure if you'll stop buy and tell them how you were so against their beer sales they'll be glad to NOT sell you anything. In a nutshell don't be a hypocrite stay away from their business they wouldn't want you as a customer anyway.
different all together

New Tazewell, TN

#17 Jan 22, 2013
that is different altogether. They only do not sell alcohol because they could not get a license
crazy wrote:
<quoted text> What about the people you sit beside at church? Do you think everyone you talk to and go to church with don't drink?? What about when you go to the grocery store. Wal-Mart in Ky don't sell beer but in other states they do.. Wal-Mart still supports the sells of beer in other states. Are you gonna quit shopping at Wal-Mart?
exactly right

New Tazewell, TN

#18 Jan 22, 2013
I agree with you 100%. They might as well go buy a pad lock!
Not Hungry wrote:
<quoted text> They don't have to tell me they don't want to sell me anything. I wouldn't go in there if they were giving away free food. I opposed their beer store and their whatever it is will go belly up. In six to eight months that place will be losing enough money to end their business. People remember what effort was made to multiply the drunks on the highways slaughtering sober citizens. Whoop it up now folks and watch it fail shortly.
dont think so

New Tazewell, TN

#19 Jan 22, 2013
he is no brother of mine
bill wrote:
<quoted text>So truth is you just wish the Hoppers fail. Seems like they're doing quite well every time I pass by the parking lots full of cars. But praise the Lord and keep praying your brothers business fails you ol hypocrite. You are bound to be a Baptist aren't you?
What not

Nacogdoches, TX

#20 Jan 23, 2013
I see both sides no we don't need more drunks on our roads, however we live in the shadow of prohibition as most church covenants details. Alcohol is good in moderation very limited moderation. I am a Christian and my Lord drank some wine and made some wine. Wine was a drink and a tool in Christ's day. Let the Bible give you guidlines for drinking etc stomach, heavy of heart...... Not man. If I drink a snort of moonshine for a cold or you talk about the Hoppers who has created the sin? I am glad to see a market back there good luck to those fellows. If you are concerned about them then pray don't back bite.

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