Patrons fill Old Country Store for holiday breakfast tradition
JACKSON, Tenn. — Hungry West Tennesseans lined up Wednesday morning outside Casey Jones Village to take part in an annual tradition. The Casey Jones Village and Old Country Store celebrated 30 years of serving the community a Christmas Eve breakfast. The village also was open for shoppers to get last-minute gifts. Store managers say it is all about making memories. “I know we provide more than just food,” general manager Brooks Shaw said. “We’re providing a great experience and great memories that people think about all year. It’s a tradition, and as Christmas gets closer, they get excited about our business.” Shaw says there are families that have attended the event since it began.