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NOVEMBER 8 - 10
Bedford TX - (625 Harwood Rd at Harwood Village North- in front of Coat of Many Colors Resale Shop)
NOVEMBER 22 - 24
NOVEMBER 29- DECEMBER 1
Grand Prairie TX (9250 W. Interstate 20, at the Grand Prairie Premium Outlets)
DECEMBER 5 - 7
Red Oak TX (598 TX-342, in front of the Exxon/Whistlestop Convenience Store)
DECEMBER 12 - 14
Mansfield TX (in front of Mansfield Mission Center)
DECEMBER 20 - 21
McKinney TX (617 N. McDonald St, in front of Family Dollar)Waco TX (300 N.Valley Mills Drive, in front of Tractor Supply Co.)
How Do These Events Benefit Charity?
10% Donated To Local Area Food Pantry
From every event we run, 10% of the proceeds from the event are donated to a food pantry in your local area.
So when you purchase steaks (or chicken, pork, or seafood!) from the truck, not only are you providing food for your family, you are also helping to provide food for a family in need in your community!
Why Do Families Buy Their Meat Off our Trucks?
By offering our products straight off the truck, we are able to eliminate the extra distribution costs and give you direct-to-consumer wholesale pricing.
If you're like most families, it's likely you buy your meat at your local grocery store, not off a truck.
...it's also likely you haven't spent a ton of time thinking about the journey your meat takes to get to the meat aisle...
If you're curious, here's what that journey looks like:
A national distributor orders meat to be sent to a packing house, where it is cut to specification, and loaded onto a truck headed to a regional distributor...
...it is then taken off the first truck, sorted at the regional distribution warehouse, put on another truck, then delivered to a local distributor...
...who then puts it on yet another truck to deliver to your local grocery store, where it is once again unloaded and sorted before it is finally put in the display case in the meat aisle.
When we take a look at the many steps involved in getting meat from the processor to the grocery store, buying it directly from the truck starts to make a lot more sense.