A Morristown business on the cusp of celebrating its one-year anniversary is now taking steps to repair damage from flames that destroyed the food truck about a week ago.
Crazy Good Burgers & Fries used to park its food truck along the town's main stretch, Monday through Saturday.
"It's been great. We've grown, we were about to open up a second truck, we were probably about a month away,90% Off Legal MS Office 2007,
Those plans were put on hold when flames sparked on Friday, May 10th.
"It got hot in there enough obviously to melt aluminum. It destroyed the air conditioners, the hoods, the electricity,Buy
Now, some local customers are disappointed their favorite burger joint is temporarily closed.
"Everybody is saying, 'Well what are we going to do for lunch?," said Sheri Hatcher.
Trent wants that answer to be Crazy Good Burgers & Fries as soon as possible. He's already in repair mode, replacing the ceiling and working on the electrical system. But with $15,000 to $20,000 worth of damage, he said he's asking the community for help.
Trent used Kickstarter to upload a homemade video and launch website for a fundraising campaign.
"We had one little kitchen fire that destroyed the whole place. But that shouldn't stop us," said Trent in the video.
Using Facebook, Twitter, and other social media, he's hoping customers like Hatcher will pledge donations.
"A lot of people are pledging," said Hatcher.Passing the Cisco 350-001 exam has never been faster, cheaper and easier, now with
"It hurt because it's like they're family, the way they treat us," said Hatcher's husband, Ron Hatcher.
The Hatchers also said customers appreciate the food truck for using local supplies and ingredients.
"Everything is local as possible.When you think of
As of Sunday afternoon, the fundraiser had 33 'backers' and nearly $1,900 pledged. The goal is $8,000 by May 29th.
"(We're) Getting to a quarter of the way there, but we've got ten days left. I think we can make it," said Trent.
"We'll be the first in line," said Said Sheri Hatcher. "Or try to be," said Ron Hatcher.