NC diner owner ‘turns pricing over to God,’ lets customers pay what they think meal is worth


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GASTON COUNTY, N.C. – A North Carolina diner owner said she is turning her cash register over to God, letting customers pay what they think the meal is worth.

The Gaston Gazette reported that Dana Parris at Just Cookin in Dallas has decided to leave her foods’ pricing up to God and her customers.

There are apparently no set prices on the menu — Parris said she decided to get rid of her old pricing policy.

The owner said she has been praying over her business ever since things started to slow down in the summer.

She said God told her to trust him. Parris even said she doesn’t mind serving people who may not be able to afford a “full price” meal.

The owner said she has almost tripled her revenue in the first week of letting customers name their price.

Read full story: The Gaston Gazette

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