Chattanooga’s First Food Truck Celebrates 2 Years

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Southern Burger Co., Chattanooga’s first food truck is set to celebrate two years of business this week. Southern Burger Co. will host its two-year anniversary party at Chattanooga Brewing Company on Saturday, from 12-3 p.m. 

Chattanooga Brewing Company will be offering $2 pints and Southern Burger Co. will be giving away delicious food.

“We’re so excited to be celebrating two years that we’ve decided to partner with the Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga and the Chattanooga Community Kitchen,” Owner Christian Siler said.“Instead of charging for food, we’re asking everyone to pitch in a donation to these great organizations. It’s just one way we can say “Thank You” to our community, by supporting an organization that impacts so many aspects of community.”

The Warehouse Row location of Southern Burger has also started hosting Trivia Night on Thursdays beginning at 7 p.m.

Mr. Siler said he is thrilled for the new events coming up and hopes the enthusiasm will continue with the addition of their new store in Ooltewah on April 20. He said, “We couldn’t be happier with everyone’s feedback about the new store and we had a great turn out for our new Trivia Thursdays last week.”

Keep updated with Southern Burger Co. online at facebook.com/southernburgerco and on twitter -@SBurgerCo.

For more information, please call 423 504-6647 or email christian@southernburgerco.com.

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