Augusta Business Daily

Thu, November 30, 2023

3 companies team up for a good deed this season

Thanks to MoSH PiT Eats, Trendz Salon, and Dye’s Southern Catering, 50 families will be well-fed this Thanksgiving.

It all started with a friendship between the owner of Trendz Salon, Robyn Kelley, and the owner of MoSH PiT Eats on Old Evans Road. Robyn and her team love the food that Jason and Amber Parrish serve up and they eat there often.

Robyn is a member of Stevens Creek Church, which has the Augusta Dream Center as part of its campus in South Augusta. The Augusta Dream Center serves those less fortunate year-round and has special requests for holidays.


The Parrish family bought 50 turkeys which arrived a few days ago and Howard Dye of Dye’s Southern Catering will cook them in time for the big day next week.

The Parrish’s believe in paying it forward. “You guys are so awesome and supportive and your patronage helps us to be able to do things like this and we appreciate it so much.”

ABD reported a few weeks ago that MoSH PiT Eats is in the middle of an expansion and will be doubling its space soon to have more room for dining and their retail side of the business.

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