Francar’s Buffalo Wings might have to tighten down one of a locations if some-more business don’t revisit a Bowden Golf Course restaurant.
Owner Carl Fambro pronounced he stays carefree business will collect adult during a easterly Macon plcae that opened in February. Lagging sales have forced him to anticipate shutting a location, and a new email sent to Macon-Bibb County officials mentioned changes being done to attract some-more customers.
Fambro pronounced Wednesday one of a reasons some people don’t revisit a Millerfield Road plcae is given they consider a golf march is not open to a public.
“We’re still operative with a city, still operative with a golf march and still operative with a people of easterly Macon,” he said. “The biggest problem is people consider it’s a private course, and they can’t come in.”
Francar’s continues to have a selling debate that includes flitting out fliers to intensity business and now offers happy hour Fridays from 4-6 p.m.
“The good thing is given we sent a (email) to a county we have picked adult a integrate of tournaments,” Fambro said. “Our sales have left adult in a final dual weeks.”
The association has to give Macon-Bibb supervision 60 days notice if it skeleton to tighten during Bowden. Fambro pronounced there is not a timeline for when a preference will be made, though a grill should during slightest sojourn open by a finish of October.
The restaurant’s Mercer plcae continues to do plain business, and a food lorry in Warner Robins has been popular.
“I’m still anticipating we are going to stay during Bowden,” Fambro said.