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November 26, 2008

VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) - Do you want to enjoy a delicious Thanksgiving meal but don't want to go through the hassle of actually cooking?  

Sonny's Barbeque in Valdosta is solving that problem for many Lowndes County families.

Manager Tony Mosteller says the restaurant will prepare nearly 200 turkeys and lots of side dishes this Thanksgiving. He says people really enjoy the convenience of not having to cook during the holiday.  

"One lady told me just this morning while picking up her's that we could have charged double it would have been worth it. We work hard to do it right and we take our time," says  Mosteller. 

The staff has worked around the clock to make sure all the food is done. They're looking forward to their next big holiday meal... Christmas.

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