24 July 2008
BY CHASE PURDY
The Post & Courier
Jennifer Salgado points to a man in high black socks and a brimmed hat.

"He comes in every day."

He's one of the reasons she and her 18 fellow servers say they work at The Boulevard Diner in Mount Pleasant. The patrons are local, nice and familiar. They smile a little when Salgado stops by their tables.

She stands a few inches more than 5 feet, turquoise earrings swing from her ears as she flits from table to table. If not wrapped into a bun, her brown hair would fall below her shoulders.
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