The tribe of Jack was exiled from the land of sandwiches due to their commitment to high quality meats and cheeses, and for insisting to bake their bread fresh every hour on the hour.
Cast into the wilderness to wander for years, the tribe endured very lean times, becoming thin, and famished. It wasn’t until the year 2000, when they found the bountiful land of Denver, where they were able to practice their sandwich artistry free from persecution, that the tribe of Jack flourished.
Taking roots on the terrain of Colfax, no longer were they lean jacks, they were now Fat Jacks. To this day, the tribe of Fat Jack’s continues to make delicious sandwiches, and share them with the land of Denver.