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  • Bob Evans
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  • It sponsored the #1 Phoenix Racing Chevy from 1999-2000 in the Busch Series. The company was only on board for a limited schedule early in 1999, but Randy LaJoie's victory at Daytona in the season opener made the deal a reality. In 2000, at Homestead-Miami, the #1's new sponsor Yellow Transportation debuted on the car. Bob Evans instead appeared on a second Phoenix car, the #51, driven by P.J. Jones. It has not sponsored in NASCAR since.
  • Robert "Bob" Evans (September 3, 1972) is an American professional wrestler and trainer, currently signed to Ring of Honor (ROH). He also wrestles for various independent circuits.
  • On the overcast spring day, for the first time ever, Aunt Ginny was required to wait to be seated at Bob Evans. It was an unreasonably long wait. Aunt Ginny counted fifteen minutes, which in layman's terms is about five. Looking back on the wait, Aunt Ginny has suggested the following ways she could have spent her "fifteen minutes" were she not forced to wait to be seated at Bob Evans that day:
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  • Would you like to contribute material for this article? Click the edit tab above to open the editing window. Then replace this text with your own.
  • It sponsored the #1 Phoenix Racing Chevy from 1999-2000 in the Busch Series. The company was only on board for a limited schedule early in 1999, but Randy LaJoie's victory at Daytona in the season opener made the deal a reality. In 2000, at Homestead-Miami, the #1's new sponsor Yellow Transportation debuted on the car. Bob Evans instead appeared on a second Phoenix car, the #51, driven by P.J. Jones. It has not sponsored in NASCAR since.
  • Robert "Bob" Evans (September 3, 1972) is an American professional wrestler and trainer, currently signed to Ring of Honor (ROH). He also wrestles for various independent circuits.
  • On the overcast spring day, for the first time ever, Aunt Ginny was required to wait to be seated at Bob Evans. It was an unreasonably long wait. Aunt Ginny counted fifteen minutes, which in layman's terms is about five. Looking back on the wait, Aunt Ginny has suggested the following ways she could have spent her "fifteen minutes" were she not forced to wait to be seated at Bob Evans that day: * Browsing grocery coupons * Organizing the sweets pantry * Watching Jay Leno’s monologue (were he on that time of day) * Scooping the cat’s litter * Writing a letter to the editor of TV Guide about sexual content on TV The wait may have been understandable if Aunt Ginny had not spotted a recently used table that would have seated her and her bridge club companion (Marilyn Boyd, age 63) yet sat untended to for the duration of her wait. Eventually the table was not cleared and wiped until two minutes after Aunt Ginny was finally seated (in a section of the restaurant that was "so chilly she wanted to go back to her car to fetch her shawl" but did not because the car was in the parking lot, and thus too far away).
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