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'''December 21 in Clemson History'''<br>
 
 
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*[[2005]] - Owner of [[Death Valley Exxon]], located on the northwest corner of [[Tiger Boulevard]] and [[College Avenue]] since [[1980]], announces that he will close the business to merge with Oconee Auto Service in [[Seneca]].  Site will be redeveloped into a [[Wikipedia:Sonic Drive-In|Sonic Drive-In]] in early [[2006]].  Newly merged service center will have more expertise than two smaller garages, and will operate in the former Sears-Roebuck catalogue store at 302 West North First Street in [[Seneca]].
  
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Revision as of 01:38, 2 April 2006

Wikipedia's article on December 21.

Events

  • 2005 - Owner of Death Valley Exxon, located on the northwest corner of Tiger Boulevard and College Avenue since 1980, announces that he will close the business to merge with Oconee Auto Service in Seneca. Site will be redeveloped into a Sonic Drive-In in early 2006. Newly merged service center will have more expertise than two smaller garages, and will operate in the former Sears-Roebuck catalogue store at 302 West North First Street in Seneca.


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