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The Legacy Cabinet Company Shares Free Lunch from McAlister’s Deli with 100.3 KROCK’s B Team

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Winner of 100.3 KROCK Radio’s B-Team’s free lunch contest, Nicole Reeves of The Legacy Cabinet Company was able to treat her fellow staff members with lunch from McAlister’s Deli of Niceville on April 25.

Nicole said, “I am so surprised and excited that I won,” Nicole said. “Thank you from myself and Legacy Cabinet Company. We really appreciate it.”

McAlister’s Deli is an easygoing counter-service chain known for its hand-crafted sandwiches, fresh salads, giant stuffed spuds, and their famous sweet tea. The company is located in the Oak Creek Shopping Center at 1154 E John Sims Parkway in Niceville. You can reach them by calling (850) 389-8668.

Schuyler Black said, “This was our first visit to Legacy Cabinets. Wow! What a beautiful facility. I had no idea. Happy to deliver lunch to our loyal listeners at Legacy. And I’m proud to have a great community partner with McAlister’s.”

The Legacy Cabinet Company flagship showroom is located at 200 Hart Street in Niceville. The company specializes in custom cabinets and countertop design, including installation, for both residential and commercial construction as well as custom remodeling projects.

The next free lunch with The B Team winner will be announced live on-air Wednesday, May 1, at 7:40 a.m. You still have time to enter your office for a chance to treat your entire office (up to 25 people) with a free lunch from McAlister’s Deli. While you can only enter once, encourage your colleagues, bosses, teammates, and fellow employees to enter as well—the more entries means better luck for winning.

June Scroggin
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