Perhaps homeless panhandlers and their animals, like this chocolate chihuahua who, along with his owner, accepted money from passing motorists at the corner of Fresno Street and Herndon Avenue, are the reason Cracker Barrel isn’t coming to Fresno, says William Hill. How would they decorate the place?
Perhaps homeless panhandlers and their animals, like this chocolate chihuahua who, along with his owner, accepted money from passing motorists at the corner of Fresno Street and Herndon Avenue, are the reason Cracker Barrel isn’t coming to Fresno, says William Hill. How would they decorate the place? ERIC PAUL ZAMORA/THE FRESNO BEE Fresno Bee Staff Photo File/2011
Perhaps homeless panhandlers and their animals, like this chocolate chihuahua who, along with his owner, accepted money from passing motorists at the corner of Fresno Street and Herndon Avenue, are the reason Cracker Barrel isn’t coming to Fresno, says William Hill. How would they decorate the place? ERIC PAUL ZAMORA/THE FRESNO BEE Fresno Bee Staff Photo File/2011

Why Cracker Barrel said no to crummy Fresno

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