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A South Carolina native, Travis Armour was born in Rock Hill and raised along the coast in Murrells Inlet. As a child, he was always
fascinated by food, often spending his free time watching cooking shows and working in restaurants during summers and baseball off-seasons. After suffering from a shoulder injury during his college baseball career, Armour decided to hang up his cleats and pivot his focus to the restaurant industry.
His career began at High Cotton in downtown Charleston, SC, first as a server’s assistant and then an expeditor, where he thrived among the excitement of a restaurant. After hearing about a new restaurant around the corner named Husk, Armour took a job there as a bartender, launching his eight-year tenure with the Husk restaurant family.
Utilizing his knowledge of food and knack for hospitality, he moved up through the rankings as a server before joining the opening team at Husk Greenville as a manager. Now leading as General Manager following a promotion in 2019, Armour is responsible for both day-to-day operations and fostering growth among his staff. Having worked in all facets of front-of-house, he’s able to offer advice and guidance through training, setting up each employee for long-term success. He’s passionate about creating connections with each guest who walks through the restaurant doors, as well as being a face of Husk out in the Greenville community.
In his free time, Armour enjoys exploring the great outdoors, where he plays golf, cheers on his favorite baseball teams, or spends time out on the water fishing.
Effective March 17, 2020: Husk Restaurant is temporarily closed. Nothing is more critical to The Neighborhood Dining Group than the safety and health of our guests, our staff, and the communities in which we serve. Due to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation, we feel that it is our civic duty to do all we can to help confine the spread of the virus. We feel it is impossible to operate our businesses knowing our staff and guests are at risk, even with precautionary measures such as limiting guests and tables and extensive sanitation.
We want to do our part to help put this worldwide crisis behind us, so that we may swiftly resume serving you, our valued guests. We are a compassionate and resilient community, and we will get through this life-threatening pandemic by working together.