While you can't clean up politics in a day, you can clear you neighborhood of political signs in a matter of a few hours. Sticky Fingers Ribhouse wants to reward Charlestonians for wiping the slate clean after the election Nov. 6 with a "Clean Up Politics Campaign."
From Wed. Nov. 7 through Sun. Nov. 11, guests who bring a campaign sign into any Sticky Fingers location will receive a free appetizer (up to $8 value) with the purchase of an entree.
In a press release, Sticky Fingers co-owner Robert Patterson said, "We try to add a little fun to a chaotic time of year while treating our customers to some free food."
You can visit your nearest Sticky Fingers in Mt. Pleasant, downtown, or Summerville.