If you're a fan of Bojangles', you're in luck.
The popular Southern restaurant chain is touring the state with its Cruisin' S.C. R.V., which is scheduled to make stops at local locations starting Friday and give hungry folks a chance to get a free biscuit and other gifts.
But even if you can't snag a biscuit, actually paying for your food shouldn't break the bank, as the restaurant will roll back prices on these days to 1979 levels. That's the year the first Bojangles' opened in South Carolina.
And there's this: If free biscuits and rollback prices aren't enough, customers also can register to win one of 100 cruises to the Bahamas. One cruise winner will be selected for each South Carolina Bojangles' location.
All of this is to celebrate the chain's 100 location and 30+ years of "Bojangles' heritage" in South Carolina, President and CEO Randy Kibler said.
"We wanted it to be something that everyone in the state would be able to participate in," he said.
OK, so here's the important info:
Bojangles’ Cruisin’ S.C. tour will make stops around the York County area from Friday through next Wednesday.
--Friday, 7 to 9 a.m. at 605 S. Hampton St., Kershaw
--Friday, noon to 2 p.m. at 1278 E. Main St., Rock Hill
--Saturday, 7 to 9 a.m. at 946 E. Liberty St., York
--Saturday, noon to 2 p.m. at 4927 Charlotte Highway, Lake Wylie
--Tuesday, 7-9 a.m. at 3229 Lancaster Highway, Richburg
--Tuesday, noon to 2 p.m. at 3418 Highway 21, Fort Mill
--Wednesday, 7 to 9 a.m. at 1205 N. Main St., Lancaster
But wait! There's more.
As a sponsor of South Carolina Future Minds’ Teacher of the Year program, Bojangles’ will have 2009-2010 S.C. Teacher of the Year Bryan Coburn on hand during the Fort Mill stop to give out prizes to people who are able to correctly answer questions about Bojangles’ and South Carolina.
And if you can't make any of the stops listed above, Bojangles' plans to return to the area later in the spring to hit other stops they missed this time. For more information, visit www.CruisinSC.com.