Smyrna Food Truck Tuesdays!

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 3180 Atlanta Rd SE Smyrna GA 30080  See map

Savory & Sweet Food Trucks every Tuesday night in Smyrna! A portion of the proceeds will benefit Smyrna Education Foundation. Learn more at www.smyrnaeducationfoundation.org

Judy Hartley August 08, 2012 at 02:17 PM
I think it is a great and beautiful venue. Just park a little further away and walk!!!
Balcom August 08, 2012 at 02:28 PM
Maybe they could run a free trolley system from the Old Kroger to the park so people wouldn't have to worry about traffic and parking, and they wouldn't have to walk a few blocks from their homes. LOL... Sorry, couldn't help the sarcasim. ;-)
Mike - Smyrna August 08, 2012 at 03:42 PM
Yes – A Free trolley - with Free gas – with a Free driver. They (whoever that is) should also give us Free stuff for riding on the trolley. I will take a bologna sandwich Everyone . . . Everyone to Taylor-Brawner Park – Park on the church grass – Jesus Loves You – He will understand - Double park on the street – Cuss the police - Give your disposable income to the food truck people. I am positive that they contribute to the local economy before they disappear into the bowels of the metro (probably ITP). When another Smyrna business closes their door – We can blame on the Mayor.
R. Anderson August 08, 2012 at 07:11 PM
The city has a 501(c)3 called Smyrna Education Foundation. If you look at their web site they list things they're doing to promote schools. To promote public schools. Note the word public. They ask for donations but show nothing that they have done with that money. And a portion of the proceeds from the food trucks supports this organization. On its web site it says the best way to learn about a school is to take a tour. Then why does this organization exist. What purpose has it served.
C.J. August 08, 2012 at 07:25 PM
I, for one, am happy to support public schools. Me, my brothers and sisters, and nieces and nephews all graduated from or attend public schools. In fact, nearly everybody I know either went to and/or have kids who went to public schools. I have no idea why anybody would be opposed to supporting them, but here we are.


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