For three Grove City High School alumni, the success of a mobile barbecue business will result in a potential legacy in Old Hilliard.
Legacy Smokehouse is scheduled to open in June at 3987 Main St. in Hilliard.
It will be in a former antique bookstore that once was owned and operated by Nelda Bridgeman.
“We think this will be something really cool for Hilliard,” said Columbus resident Chad Smock, 44, who owns Legacy Smokehouse with his partners, Brian Jordan of Grove City and Ty Sells of Commercial Point.
Smock, who has coached the Hilliard Davidson High School girls lacrosse team for seven years, and Jordan have been friends since kindergarten, he said, and the pair met Self at Grove City High School. All three are Grove City graduates.