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Date Posted: 17:37:49 09/16/06 Sat
In reply to: Terry S 's message, "Re: History of Gino's" on 16:03:28 06/09/06 Fri
I just happened on this site. I would not believe that "Gino's" had such a following. I worked at the Timonium store for a couple of years. I remember that the weeks when the Fair was open had solid open to close sales.
"Ice on three." did motivate all the "back empolyees" to peer into the public ranks.
Like many I worked to support my school fund ($$$) needs and left when I needed more pay.
Eventually I settled in the "Great NorthWest"; but remember my saddness when Gino's was sold.
I was there in the late 60's and remember a manager named Frank, but alas not the last name.
I remember a red-headed tall Irishman, Gary S. that always cooked the burgers. I loved that job the best but usually ended up making fries. I overfilled many a bag (unknowingly) until an asst manager came to me one day and complained about the amount of potatoes I had used the day before. No one ever told me to pack them lightly. I just had packed them the way I would have liked them.
I also remember how slick my hair and the floor would get by the end of the day. Every night a hot mop to help get up the grease. Fortunately i usually worked day shift.
Another kid in the back always cooked the KFC. His was the best and all of us would grab a breast and make sandwichs with it. He always wanted to be a policeman. I wonder if he ever did.
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