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Barefoot @ Georgia Southern University

August 13, 2014 5:13 pm

 

Barefoot came from Texas and touched down in the heart of Statesboro, Georgia. Better known as “The Boro.” We’re located on Chandler road, across from campus and share our parking lot with one of Statesboro’s most known bars, Dingus Magees. We carry everything GSU- tees, hoodies, hats, accessories, Nike & Underarmour, as well as our fabulous game day boutique. You can wear our stuff to class or to a football game, we have it all! As well as Georgia Southern attire, we have the Barefoot brand. We have tees & tanks with the Barefoot logo and you can get a free Barefoot tee just by signing up to join our text group. Our employees are always friendly and willing to help with whatever you need. Chances are, if you walk in to Barefoot you will leave feeling welcomed and want to come back.

Georgia Southern is a small-feel college with a big atmosphere. We think it is a perfect fit with what we are trying to accomplish at Barefoot. Athletics plays a huge role here at GSU. We love students who show school spirit and that’s what you find with Eagle fans. Football games are a huge party at Southern and we can’t wait to be involved this fall. We want to get to know not only the University but the community as well. In the words of Matt Copeland, “We think Statesboro is a great environment, it’s fun, and that’s how it’s supposed to be. It’s college.”

“I’m gonna get out of here while I’m still alive, and I’m gonna say it one more time- We are Georgia Southern. Our colors are blue and white. We call ourselves the bald eagles. We call our offense the Georgia Power Company… and that’s a terrific name for an offense. Our snap count is “rate, hike.” We practice on the banks of beautiful Eagle Creek and that’s in Statesboro, Georgia– the gnat capital of America. Our weekends begin on Thursday. The co-eds outnumber the men 3 to 2. They’re all good looking and they’re all rich. And folks, you just can’t beat that.. and you just can’t beat Georgia Southern. And you ain’t seen nothin’ yet!” – Erk Russell

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