Raymond's Five Points Market
In 1983, Josof sold the business to his son, Raymond, Jr, but still worked every day at the counter. The business began selling hot dogs and other fast foods in 1989, using a sauce developed by Josof and Bob Stephens. The shop suspended food service in 2001, then reopened the hot dog stand in November 2011.
Raymond III currently works alongside his father at the store.
- Crowe, Christina (July 27, 2006) "Pack of Smokes and a Smile." Black & White
- Brimley, John A. (June 19, 2011) "Like father, like son and grandson: Birmingham's Raymond's market register still cha-chings." Birmingham News
- Hubbard, Russell (December 2, 2011) "Five Points South hot dog spot back in business." Birmingham News