Georgia store removes soap from shelves, Irish Spring responds ahead of Georgia-Notre Dame game
Dill’s Food City, a local Georgia grocery store, is officially out of Irish Spring soap — for this week at least.
This soap ‘shortage’ comes ahead of Week 4’s top-10 matchup between No. 3 Georgia and No. 7 Notre Dame.
The store posted a series of photos to their Facebook page warning locals that the soap had been taken off the shelves.
The post read, “Sorry Dill’s customers there will be no Irish Spring at our stores this week. Go Dawgs!”
The photos attached show an employee wiping the shelves clear with a printed sign reading, “Temporarily out of Stock. Go Dawgs.”
On Friday, Irish Spring took it upon themselves to solve Dill’s Food City’s ‘soap shortage.’
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The Dawgs are coming off a 55-0 shutout over Arkansas State, while the Fighting Irish defeated New Mexico, 66-14. These teams have only met twice before, the Bulldogs winning by one posession each time.
The two face off in a primetime showdown on Saturday at 8 p.m. on CBS.
Will Notre Dame secure their first win over Georgia, or will the luck of the Irish run out?