Throughout the pandemic, there have been countless stories of businesses struggling to keep their doors open for the lack of business.
But a vegan burger food truck in Charlotte is having the opposite problem, so much business they were told to leave the property because of all the customers.
“Yea, we always have long lines here,” said Romeo’s Vegan Burger co-owner Tigo Faulkner.
Faulker and co-owner Lamont Heath said they didn’t imagine this much success because their food truck has only been open for 23 days.
“We felt like Charlotte was going to support us in a great way,” Heath said. “But soon like this? No, we had no idea.”
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