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Kermit Miller Shares History of Jack Miller BBQ Sauce to Rotary Club


VILLE PLATTE ROTARY HEARS JACK MILLER BBQ SAUCE HISTORY

JULY  15, 2014

 

    The Ville Platte Rotary Club today (Tuesday) heard from Rotarian Kermit Miller share the history of his family’s business. American Inn Inc. is celebrating its 73rd year in business this year. The business began as a restaurant operated by Kermit’s father, Jack Miller. Jack Miller began marketing his BBQ sauce 59 years ago.

   The  company has a staff of 5 people and produces 2-3,000 bottles a day. The business was originally at the Pigstand restaurant and later moved to a location on East Main street. In 1980, the company moved to its current location on Jack Miller road.

   American Inn produces Jack Miller BBQ Sauce, Seasoning Mix and dipping sauce.

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