My Daddy, Loyd (SKIN) Thrasher started our business in 1946. I am a shareholder in Skins’ and have been in the business since 1985. Matt, Wayne and I started our first expansion store in July of 1988 after making sure we had a thorough working knowledge of our product and operational methods. I am married to the former Beth Cromer. Beth and I have two lovely daughters and have We have been blessed with 5 grandsons. I am an avid sport fan and enjoy watching my grandchildren play sports and perform musically even more.
I am a shareholder of Skin’s Hot Dogs. I started my career with Skin’s Hot Dogs January 2, 1986 at the “Original” Skins’ location. I received all my training from the founder of this company the late Loyd “Skin” Thrasher for which I am truly thankful for his guidance and training. I trained in all areas of the company from making hotdogs, waiting on customers, learning the operation of the business. I look forward to many more years with Skins’ and opening more Skins’ locations. I married my high school sweetheart Becky Thrasher. We were married on August 4, 1973 and we have three children: Kelley Harbin Beak is the oldest. Her husband is Todd Beck and they have two daughters Haley and Taylor and a son Parker. Kelly worked for Skins’ in high school and college. Todd also worked for Skin’s while in college. Russell Harbin, is married to Jacquelyn Cooper they have two children Landon and Kaybree. Russell started working for Skins’ in high school and college. He is the manager of our Market place store. Jacquelyn has worked in our stores also. Kristen is our youngest child. She worked for Skins’ in high school and college. She is presently employed with Anderson Federal Credit Union.
My Daddy, Loyd (SKIN) Thrasher started our business in 1946. I am a shareholder in Skins’ and have been in the business since 1985. Mike, Wayne and I started our first expansion store in July of 1988 after making sure we had a thorough working knowledge of our product and operational methods. I am married to the former Kay Hunt. Kay and I have one lovely daughter, Kayla Guffee (Husband Byron). I am an avid sports fan.
I have been working with Skin’s since 1998. I have been married to one of Skin’s granddaughter’s since 1990. Michelle and I have 2 wonderful sons Drew and Garrett. My hobbies are coaching baseball and fishing. I also love watching college football and basketball.
I started working with Skins in 2000 and managed the Original and 28 bypass locations before becoming an Area Manager in 2008.My wife Pam and I have two children, Katherine and Richard, both who have worked with Skins throughout their high school and college careers.
I am one of Skin’s granddaughters and the daughter of Mike and Beth Thrasher. I started in the business when I was 14 years old at the original location. I graduated from Westside High School (1988) and Anderson College (1990). I married Jamie Deaton in 1990 and we are blessed with two amazing sons Drew and Garrett. I have been working in the Home Office since 1995. I, along with my sister Dawn, handle most of the Accounting and Payroll for all 11 Skin’s locations. God has blessed me with a job that I love and I get to do it with my family around me.
I have been working for Skins’ for quite a few years now. I really enjoy what I am doing, especially interaction with the customers.
I started with Skins in August 2006 as a hotdog maker and I have been managing the Clemson Store since October 2012. I enjoy working for Skins and they make you feel like family. It’s by far one of the best places that I have worked at. I’m married to Aaron Roebuck and we have 2 sons, our oldest is a graduate of Clemson University and our youngest in attending Westside High School. We also have 3 grandchildren.
I am 33 years old and have been with Skins Inc since I was 18, and couldn’t ask for a better company to work for. I live in Pelzer with my 3 year old son Brody.
I have been with Skins Hot Dogs for about 13 years. I started working here when I was in high school in 1996. My grandfather is Skin Thrasher. I remember going down to the Original store on Hudgens Street when I was younger to eat lunch with my mother and I would help Skin load drink boxes. I am the third generation working in the family business. Skins two sons (Matt and Mike) and my father (Wayne the son in law) have own and run the business since 1986. I graduated Pendleton High school in 2000 and attend USC Aiken on a basketball scholarship. I played three years of basketball and the fourth year decided to try and help give back to the University, so I was elected into Student Government. I was elected as a senator of the school of Business, and I helped out in the student life office as well. The fourth year was the best times of college career because this is were I meet my wonderful wife Jacquelyn Cooper. I graduated, got married, and moved back to Anderson to come to work with the Family. I have been with Skins Hot Dogs as a Relief Manager and a Manager for 5 years. I am blessed and thankful that I had the opportunity to come back to work with my family, so that I could help support my two children Landon and Kaybree, like my grandfather supported his kids, and the way that my father and two uncles did for their families as well. I thank God and I know Lloyd T. Thrasher is watching over his family and friends.
I’m Nancy Marshall, the manager at the Mauldin store. I was born in Georgia. Raised in Virginia and settled in South Carolina in 1980.i came to work for skin’s in august of 2000, I started out waiting tables and worked my way to manager, I truly love my job, I plan to be here until I retire. I have two sons, my oldest Adam works here with me my younger son Matthew is the manager at the Pelham road location. We have the best customers, coworkers and boss’s you could ask for. Come see me any time you are in Mauldin.
My name is Matthew Marshall. I was born in Greenville S.C, on June 12, 1986. I am married to Jennifer Marshall and I have 1 child Jayden Marshall. I have lived in the upstate my entire life. I have been in the restaurant business since 2003. I’ve been with Skins Hot Dogs since July 17th 2007, I came in as a relief Manager, went thru 9 weeks of training to be sure I could serve the customer and run the store’s the Skins way. I now run the Pelham Rd location and I’ve been there as a store manager since Dec. 1st 2008. This is by far the most fair and joyful establishment I have been apart of, the respect that the customers give Skins and that Skins gives its customers is uncanny to any other restaurant I have worked or eaten in.
Karen Leeann Smith born August 26,1969 to Troy and Lania Smith. I’m the youngest out of 3 siblings, two brothers and 1 sister. I lived in Liberty SC until I was 11 then I moved to Easley and attended West End Elementary, then from there went to Getty’s Middle School and then to Easley High School. I graduated in 1988. I have one daughter Apreshia Smith. She is 21 years of age. She is employed with U.P.S . I attend Word of Faith Christian Fellowship Church in Greenville SC where Pastor Johnny & Gail Floyd preach and teach the word. I became a part of Skin’s organization in Nov.1997.I started off as a regular Employee from there I became a Relief Manager and from that I became a store manager in Oct.2001. I really enjoy what I do and I love working with the public. You meet new people everyday and also enjoy seeing your regular customer’s. I enjoy reading, singing, going to the movies, watching basketball, and being with family. I have been with Skin’s now for 12 years and you couldn’t ask for better people to work for and I hope to be here 12 more so if your ever in the Greenville, Easley, Anderson, Clemson or Seneca, area stop and give us a try.
I started with Skins in January of 2010. I’ve been working in the Restaurant Business 28 plus years. I was a district manager with Ryan’s Family Steak House for 24 years, now I am a store manager for Skins’ and have been for the past 7 years. I’m married with 5 kids and two grandsons.
I was born and raised in Easley S.C. I currently reside in Greenville S.C. I have two brothers I’m the only girl in the family. I really enjoy reading and spending time with my god-daughter. I became employed with Skins Hotdogs in February 2002 at the Mills Ave location. Seven years later I was given the opportunity to manage the Clemson location. Now I am back managing my home store Mills Ave. It’s something I always wanted to do.I love my job It’s a great work environment and they really make you feel like apart of the family. I’m very blessed and humble to be apart of the Skins family.
I started working at Skins in the fall of 2001. I was just looking for a place to work around my school schedule while I obtained my degree. Being from Anderson, I was familiar with Skins thanks to my dad & grandpa. In the beginning of my tenure at Skins I stayed because in between making hotdogs I could study a little but as things progressed I stayed because I found good folks…employees, managers, & customers. I’ve worked for Skins in Clemson, Seneca, Georgia, Greenville, and Anderson but no matter the location its always been the same here…the same good dogs, and the same good folks.
My name is Scott Farmer, I was born in Athens, Ga. I moved up here in Anderson, Sc when I was 13. I now live in Iva, Sc with my wonderful wife Tabitha Farmer. I am the Manager of the Greenwood store. I have been with Skins hotdogs now going on 3 Years and plan on many more to come. I started at our location on Hwy 81 in Anderson and worked my way up. It sure has been a true blessing to be apart of Skins. They are extremely good people. So stop bye and give us a try at any of our locations.
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I grew up in Clemson but have known the Harbin family since I can remember. In youth group, I can remember Russell going to work for his family at the various locations (back when they were only in Anderson). When it came time to get a job in high school, I knew exactly where I wanted to work. I started working at Skins’ in February 1999 at the Clemson location as a junior in high school. I continued work there through graduation and into college where I attended Clemson University for 3 semesters. A couple years after leaving school to pursue a music career, I took a leave of absence from Skins’ in the fall of 2003. I re-connected with Charles Getsinger after a few years of hiatus (as we had worked together in Clemson prior to him becoming a manager) and knowing that my schedule had opened up a bit, he urged me to get back in touch with Skins’ about returning. I returned in fall of 2007 as extra area help. I worked that way until the summer of 2008 when I trained and became a relief manager. I enjoy moving between stores and working with all the different workers and managers.
My name is Scott Farmer, I was born in Athens, Ga. I moved up here in Anderson, Sc when I was 13. I now live in Iva, Sc with my wonderful wife Tabitha Farmer. I am a relief manager of for all Skins in the upstate. I have been with Skins hotdogs now going on 3 Years and plan on many more to come. I started at our location on Hwy 81 in Anderson and worked my way up. It sure has been a true blessing to be apart of Skins. They are extremely good people. So stop bye and give us a try at any of our locations.
I am the daughter of Mike and Beth Thrasher and the granddaughter of Skin Thrasher. I started working part-time when I was in high school. I worked part-time until I graduated from Clemson University. Then I went to work full time in Seneca. I became the manager in Seneca in 1995. In 1996 I moved to the Market Place in Anderson as manager. In 2008 I came to work in the Home Office where, along with my sister Michelle, we handle most of the Accounting and Payroll for all of the Skin’s locations. In 2000 I married Tim Sumney and we have three great boys, Elijah, Zach and Christian. I enjoy spending time with my family, sports, and baking.