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Posted: Tuesday, 21 May 2013 11:20PM

O'Charley's Hometown Hero



As part of their rebranding and grand reopening O'Charley's named a Fort Campbell soldier their Hometown Hero. O'Charley's in Hopkinsville recently closed for a renovation but reopened this week. As part of their reopening celebration Corporal Scott Pleasant was named their Hometown Hero. Corporal Pleasant says he is humbled by it.


   
O'Charley's of Hopkinsville General Manager, Nichole Black says the Hometown Heroes program is a way for the restaurant to recognize the community in which they serve.


   
Corporal Pleasant is a member of the 1st Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team.

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