Mission BBQ Receives SAR Flag Certificate For Its Patriotism

Friday, October 11, 2019
From left, Tim Adams (SAR), Pamela Wyatt, Bryan Beck (SAR), Saretta Loyd, Joel Davenport (SAR) and Charles Dammann (SAR)
From left, Tim Adams (SAR), Pamela Wyatt, Bryan Beck (SAR), Saretta Loyd, Joel Davenport (SAR) and Charles Dammann (SAR)
- photo by John Sevier Chapter member Cliff Kent

The John Sevier Chapter of the Tennessee Society Sons of the American Revolution recognized the staff of Mission BBQ on Gunbarrel Road for their exemplary patriotism in the display of the flag of the United States of America.  

John Sevier Chapter 1st Vice President Bryan Beck (in period uniform), accompanied by other members of the chapter, made an official presentation Friday of the SAR’s Flag Certificate to Pamela Wyatt and Saretta Loyd who represented their co-workers and manager Brian Hart. 

The SAR seeks to honor businesses and individuals who continually demonstrate their patriotism through the display of the American flag.

Individuals or businesses interested in participating in the SAR’s recognition program can find contact information at the John Sevier Chapter’s website at https://johnsevierchapter.org/home.  



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