Hoss’ Loaded Burgers to fundraise for Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department
Hoss’ Loaded Burgers to fundraise for Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department at community event
The food truck will serve in Nolensville in advance of its first restaurant opening
What: Hoss’ Loaded Burger community lunch benefiting Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department
- Meet & greet volunteer firefighters
- Tour the station & the fire trucks
- Enjoy lunch from Hoss’ Loaded Burgers, with 10% of proceeds to benefit the NVFD
Where: Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department – 7347 Nolensville Rd.
When: Saturday, November 17, 11am-2pm
Hoss’ 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, Hoss’ 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 Nolensville’s finest will give tours of the station and trucks. This is a family-friendly event.
Hoss’ Loaded Burgers owner Dallas Shaw will open the first restaurant for the brand this winter, located in Nolensville’s Burkitt Commons Community. Focusing on high quality ingredients, great flavors, and excellent HOSS-pitality, Hoss’ Loaded Burgers has been extremely successful serving in the Nashville area from its food truck since 2011. Known for its signature ‘Juicy Lucy’ style stuffed cheeseburgers, Hoss’ Loaded Burgers has been featured on many “top food truck” lists like Thrillist & The Guardian, as well as featured on The Cooking Channel’s Eat Street and rated as the #1 “Thing To Eat In Nashville Before You Die” 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.