This past weekend, my roommate, Tyler, and I were feeling down because we lost in the playoffs for collegian flag football. In an effort to cheer us up, a buddy, Jonathan, treated us to Fazoli's—an Italian restaurant in the Pensacola area (thanks, Jonathan!).
Anyway, after we ordered a pizza, the owner of the establishment asked us where we were from, to which we replied, "Pensacola Christian College." He then informed us that our beverages were on him, a policy he has established because (a) he attended Pensacola Christian Academy when he was younger and (b) he appreciates the business the restaurant receives from PCC students.
(Note: I say "beverages" because up in Pennsylvania, we call it "soda," and I know a lot of people down south refer to it as "pop" and still others dub it "coke," which I cannot understand—Pepsi is not coke! A cola, yes; Coke, no.)
Regardless of what you refer to it as, you get it free at Fazoli's—just let them know you are PCC students.