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FATZ CAFE HEATS UP IN-STATE RIVALRY BETWEEN CLEMSON AND USC August 13, 2013

TAYLORS, S.C. – The University of South Carolina and Clemson University go head-to-head every fall for football bragging rights in the state of South Carolina. FATZ Cafe is joining in on the rivalry fun this season with USC and Clemson giveaways to fans from both teams at certain home games.

“Nothing gets our guests fired up like college football,” said Jim Balis, CEO of FATZ. “On Saturdays during the fall FATZ becomes the place to watch the game on television with friends or to grab a complete tailgate feast if you are heading to the stadium. We are big football fans too and wanted to get into the spirit of one of the best rivalries in all of sports.”


Gamecock fans will have another reason to cheer when they enter Williams-Brice Stadium this fall.  For each of the seven home games this season, FATZ Cafe will randomly award one fan with the following:


  • Two tickets to an upcoming Gamecocks home game.
  • A pre-game tour of Williams-Brice Stadium.
  • An autographed visor from head football coach Steve Spurrier.
  • The opportunity to take the field and possibly win a FATZ Cafe tailgate package for 40 people, valued at $400, by participating in a punt, pass and kick skills contest.

The punt, pass and kick promotion will offer one contestant, prior to the start of the game, the opportunity to punt and then pass a football on the field.  The spot where the ball landed after the punt and the pass will be marked and at half-time the fan will attempt a field goal from this location.  If the fan makes the field goal, they will win the FATZ Cafe tailgate package.  There are no losers in the punt, pass, and kick promotion.  If the fan misses the field goal, they will still walk away with a FATZ Cafe gift card valued at $25 and their two tickets to the game, tour of the stadium and autographed visor from Steve Spurrier.


USC fans can enter to win online at www.FATZ.com.  FATZ Cafe will randomly select a winner one week prior to the home game the fan is winning tickets to.  This contest will run August 12-November 24.


Not to be outdone by their instate rival, Clemson Tiger fans will also get the chance to be victorious and treated as a college football MVP.  Two winners and their guests will receive a fan experience rivaled by none.  This experience includes:


  • In-studio seats at a Monday Night Tiger Calls radio broadcast with head football coach Dabo Swinney.
  • Behind the scenes tour of the West Zone, Howard’s Rock and an up-close look of the field.
  • Clemson goody bag that includes autographed items from football, basketball and baseball coaches.
  • FATZ Cafe gift card.
  • Clemson tickets (3 per winner) to the Military Appreciation football home game against Citdal on November 23, a home conference basketball and baseball game, with recognition during each game via announcements and video boards.

Tiger fans in hopes of becoming a winner of this fan experience and visiting Death Valley can enter to win online at www.FATZ.com.  This contest will run August 12-November 1 and a winner will be randomly selected and notified by November 8.


The first FATZ Cafe opened in November 1988 with humble roots, operating out of a converted peach shed in Spartanburg, S.C. FATZ Cafe was founded with principles to secure a convenient location, develop a varied, reasonably-priced menu, and offer ample portions of quality food, while providing upbeat service in a comfortable atmosphere. The ideals that emerged from that shed all those years ago still stand strong today at every FATZ Cafe location.


For more information about FATZ Cafe, please visit www.FATZ.com and become a Facebook fan at www.Facebook.com/FATZ.


About Cafe Enterprises Inc.
Cafe Enterprises Inc. was founded in 1988 and is based in Taylors, S.C. The company operates 48 FATZ restaurants across Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. The first FATZ opened in November 1988 in a converted peach shed in Spartanburg, S.C. FATZ is recognized for its fresh, homemade foods, genuine Southern hospitality and spirited connection to the communities where it does business. In 2012, Cafe Enterprises launched two new concepts: Tavern 24, a contemporary casual tavern-inspired restaurant, and Tablefields, a concept focused on fresh, locally sourced menu items that is open for lunch and dinner. More information is available at www.cafeent.com.