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OUR MISSION, VISION, & VALUES

OUR MISSION STATEMENT:

Our mission is to impact our employees, our customers and vendors through Christ like service in a way that feeds them physically and spiritually.

“So whatever you do eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the Glory of God.”

1 Corinthians 10:31

OUR CORE VALUES:

OUR CORE VALUES:
Integrity — Proverbs 10:9
Making a Difference — Matthew 5:13-16
Passion — Colossians 3:23
Appreciation — Colossians 3:16
Communication — James 1:19
Teamwork — Ecclesiastes 4:9

FROM OUR FAMILY TO YOURS!!!

Thank You for Choosing Parker’s Barbecue!!! We hope that you enjoy your Parker’s Box!

THE PARKER FAMILY BUSINESS

In the mid-40s, Richard Parker of Belvoir, NC sold a tract of timber along the Tar River. Some of the trees that leaned out over the river were rejected by the lumber company as being too difficult to remove. So Mr. Parker gave these to two of his sons, Ralph and Graham, which they snaked down the river and had sawed into lumber. In 1946, these became part of the first Parker’s Barbecue Restaurant in Wilson, North Carolina started by Ralph and Graham Parker with their partner Henry Brewer

PARKER'S BARBECUE RESTAURANT OF GREENVILLE

J.C. Parker, son of Richard Parker and brother to Ralph and Graham Parker, decided in the late 1960s to open a barbecue restaurant in Greenville, NC with his son, Doug Parker. In March of 1970, the first of three Parker’s Barbecue Restaurants opened in Greenville. The Parker reputation led them to Greenville and they have served Greenville’s finest pork barbecue for nearly 40 years, drawing on the experience J.C. Parker and his brothers garnered in the early 1940s while working at Alton Respess’ Barbecue Restaurant on Greene Street in Greenville.

Many long hours and consistent dedication have gone into making Parker’s Barbecue of Greenville a regional landmark in Eastern North Carolina! Parker’s Barbecue has been the most popular “go-to” spot in Greenville to get great southern fried chicken and whole hog pork barbecue.

Over 20,000 pounds of barbecue, 10,000 thousand pounds of chicken and thousands of pounds of slaw, Boiled potatoes, and homemade Brunswick Stew are prepared weekly at our three Greenville locations. We take an extreme amount of pride in every piece of chicken we cook and every whole hog we chop each day! We have employees cooking product at our store 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!

Parker’s Barbecue of Greenville continues to be a family owned and operated business. Parker’s BBQ employs approximately 200 people at our three restaurant locations, serving up the best whole hog pork barbecue and fried chicken in the region. Visit one of our three locations and enjoy our food and hospital­ity. Parker’s Barbecue is a place where “you’re always treated like family!”

OUR PROMISE:

We want you to love your box of Parker’s BBQ. If for any reason you are not satisfied with your Parker’s Box, please do not hesitate to reach out to us via email at info@parkersbbq.com.

Sincerely,
The Parker Family

“So whatever you do eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the Glory of God.”

1 Corinthians 10:31

Walk-up COVID-19 vaccines offered in Parker’s Barbecue parking lot

It was a unique COVID-19 vaccine experience Tuesday in the East where people could get lunch and get the COVID vaccine. Parkers Barbeque on Memorial Drive in Greenville was the lunch and shot spot, making it possible for people to grab a bite and a vaccine shot.

Parker’s Barbecue opens third Greenville location

Parker’s Barbecue opened a new restaurant location on Arlington Boulevard yesterday. The Greenville franchise has been in the process of opening the new location. The eastern North Carolina restaurant has become known to students as a great place to go and try authentic pork barbecue with tangy vinegar sauce.

The news & observer Sen. Thom Tillis orders Eastern NC barbecue for GOP senators’ lunch

Thursday was Sen. Thom Tillis’ turn to provide lunch for his fellow Republican senators, and he brought in a caterer from North Carolina

Sen. Thom Tillis orders Eastern NC barbecue for GOP senators’ lunch

Thursday was Sen. Thom Tillis’ turn to provide lunch for his fellow Republican senators, and he brought in a caterer from North Carolina. The senator from Mecklenburg County picked a prominent Eastern North Carolina-style barbecue restaurant: Parker’s of Greenville. Owner Billy Parker drove to Washington, D.C., with enough pork barbecue, fried chicken and fixings to feed all 54 GOP senators.

Job agency helping improve employment in Greenville

Parkers Barbecue is the sight for the first hiring event, and owner Billy Parker is optimistic about working with NC Works to find employees.

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