The food truck will serve in Nolensville in advance of its first restaurant opening
What: Hossâ€™ Loaded Burger community lunch benefiting Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department
- Meet & greet volunteer firefighters
- Tour the station & the fire trucks
- Enjoy lunch from Hossâ€™ Loaded Burgers, with 10% of proceeds to benefit the NVFD
Where: Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department â€“ 7347 Nolensville Rd.
When: Saturday, November 17, 11am-2pm
Hossâ€™ Loaded Burgers and Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department are teaming up to raise money for the volunteer-run nonprofit. On Saturday, November 17, from 11am-2pm, Hossâ€™ Loaded Burgers food truck will roll into the Nolensville station to serve lunch and 10% of the proceeds with go directly to the volunteer fire department. During lunch, some of Nolensvilleâ€™s finest will give tours of the station and trucks. This is a family-friendly event.
Hossâ€™ Loaded Burgers owner Dallas Shaw will open the first restaurant for the brand this winter, located in Nolensvilleâ€™s Burkitt Commons Community. Focusing on high quality ingredients, great flavors, andÂ excellent HOSS-pitality, Hossâ€™ Loaded Burgers has beenÂ extremely successfulÂ servingÂ in theÂ NashvilleÂ areaÂ from its food truck since 2011. Known for its signature â€˜Juicy Lucyâ€™ style stuffed cheeseburgers, Hossâ€™ Loaded Burgers has been featured on many â€œtop food truckâ€ lists likeÂ Thrillist &Â The Guardian, as well as featured onÂ The Cooking Channelâ€™s Eat Street and rated as theÂ #1 â€œThing To Eat In Nashville Before You Dieâ€Â by Thrillist.
The Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department was founded in 1973 by the Nolensville Jaycees. The 45-member volunteer organization is funded 100% by donations from the community and the town of Nolensville.