Construction to start on Full Moon BBQ in Trussville
August 9, 2018 - bbq set
Construction is set to start shortly on a Full Moon Bar-B-Que grill in Trussville.
The 4,800-square-foot grill is set to open before a finish of a year in a Trussville Shopping Center off a Clay Chalkville exit and in front of K-Mart. The groundbreaking rite for Full Moon’s 15th plcae is set for 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 14.
“After most expectation by a village we am gratified that a agreement for Full Moon BBQ to locate in Trussville is finalized,” Trussville Mayor Buddy Choat pronounced in a statement. “Their repute for good food, service, and village impasse will be a good further to a city.”
Full Moon BBQ in Trussville will offer a discerning use dining knowledge and offer a full menu featuring all of a restaurant’s fan favorites, according to a restaurant. Full Moon will also offer catering in a Trussville area.
“We are so grateful to have a city of Trussville’s extensive support as we start a routine of bringing Full Moon Bar-B-Que to my hometown,” pronounced Rich Yokeley, Full Moon BBQ owner/operator. “Our group looks brazen to providing guest in Trussville and surrounding communities with tasty food and higher service.”
Full Moon is looking to sinecure over 100 employees for a Trussville location. To apply, send resumes to email@example.com or call Rich Yokeley during 205-902-3363.
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