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Have a Drink on Mom


Sammy Quick calls on Mom once a week to pick up the tab at Pic-Nic's Ladies' Night. Every Thursday, Spa Connections of Berea ponies up $400, so that every woman can down her first four drinks for free. "Back in the day, it was legal to give free drinks to the women," says Quick. "Then it was illegal, unless you had a sponsor. My mom owns the spa, and she's willing to do it."
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