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Local Bull bucks competition

Often one craves a BBQ steak on a warm, soft bun; this craving is common among Full ‘O Bull lovers. Located on First and Nees in the Vons shopping center, Full ‘O Bull serves as a satiation for ravenous students and faculty members on campus.

“Full ‘O Bull is my favorite location for T-1 runs,” Scott Falk, campus pastor, said. “I love the cheese steak; it’s perfection! How can you beat perfection?”

The friendly, efficient service and positive atmosphere contribute to Full ‘O Bull’s popularity among patrons.

“I love the food, but if they made the whole 12 inches, I would be there all the time,” Eric Neufeld, ’05, said. “One time when I was there they started throwing food; it really made me feel like they cared.”

Full ‘O Bull owner, Bill Bimat, appreciates the business and relationships he receives from the campus lunch crowd. For the past 15 years, he has served students and now his daughter, Kim Bimat, ’06, has joined them.

“Students from FCS are always well-behaved, courteous, respectful and a joy to serve,” Bill said. “Their outstanding behavior is a testimony to both Fresno Christian and our Lord Jesus; keep it up, I really appreciate it.”

Kim has been a campus student since fifth grade and enjoys playing varsity tennis and soccer. Her ties to Full ‘O Bull have led to such events as the “Full ‘O Bull Athlete-of-the-week” and many on campus Full ‘O Bull lunches. Kim is also an employee for her father.

“Working for my dad can be hard,” Kim said. “Since he is my boss, I have to do what he says. I enjoy my family owning the business because my friends and I get free food and enjoy eating there with teachers for lunch.”

Not all students agree with the many people who “love” Full ‘O Bull’s sandwiches.

“Full ‘O Bull is too messy; I get more food on my clothes than in my mouth,” Sharayah Bell, ’04, said. “I went there once, and I will probably never go again.”

Full ‘O Bull provides quality food and friendly service that many diners can appreciate. It also gives comsumers a quality alternative to Subway, aluring to a homemade feel that often escapes Subway goers.

Among Full ‘O Bull’s favorite menu items are the BBQ beefsteak and the cheese steak sandwiches. A 4-inch sandwich costs $4 and an 8-inch sandwich costs $5.25. In a special student related deal, all students who order an 8-inch sandwich receive a free medium-sized drink along with their purchase.

For more information on Mr. Bimat’s establishment, call Full ‘O Bull at 435-2855.

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    Carson HopperAug 26, 2009 at 11:27 am

    They beat us by six points in a hard fought dirty game. They didn’t maul us, and they didn’t dominate.

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