According to the Bowling Green University student newspaper, the service started six to seven years ago and increased in popularity during the last couple years. When graduates from the University left town to find new jobs, they still wanted the breadsticks from Campus Pollyeyes.
Owner Bob Nicholson is quoted in the piece by Bobby Waddle as saying, "....the breadsticks are cooked, frozen for 24 hours and wrapped in foil. The dressings are also frozen and packaged separately before the trip to the post office, where the contents of the package need to be shown to the postal worker before they can be sealed and shipped in a guaranteed overnight trip."
No word whether or not they use stamps on the package.
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