Pigeon Forge, Tenn., Nov. 29, 2016 — The “Hatfield and McCoy Christmas Disaster Dinner and Feud”™  in Pigeon Forge is serving a full “Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud” feast from 2 to 3 p.m. today, for anyone in Sevier County displaced by the fires or who does not have electricity.

hatfield-and-mccoy-food“What we do every day is feed 1,000 people at a time so we are set up to feed a large crowd,” said David Fee, president and chief executive officer of Fee/Hedrick Family Entertainment Group. “We not only have a lot of people affected by the fires in Sevier County but with 12,000 people out of power we know there may be people who need a good meal. These are our neighbors and friends and we are more than happy to provide it.  With over 400 employees we understand what has happened to our area.  Our hearts break for our friends and neighbors in need at this time. We have employees who have lost their homes and everybody in our company wants to help.  This will be a meal only; we are not providing a lunch show today.

“We will be serving fried chicken, pork barbecue, creamy chicken soup, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, homemade bread, coleslaw and specialty desserts,” Fee said.

The Fee/Hedrick Family Entertainment Group is one of the largest show production companies in the southeast.  The company also owns and produces other major shows in the Smoky Mountain area including: “A Comedy Barn Christmas®,” “Christmas at the Smoky Mountain Opry™,“ “The Smith Morning Christmas Show” featuring the Charlie Bob Smith and “Magic Beyond Belief”™ starring Darren Romeo, (which will reopen in March).  In addition, the company also owns Chef’s Catering.