Full Moon Bar-B-Que breaks ground, begins construction in Trussville
From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
TRUSSVILLE — Full Moon Bar-B-Que has broken ground for its new location and has begun construction. A groundbreaking ceremony will be held with the Trussville Chamber of Commerce to mark the location of its 15th restaurant on Aug. 14 at 9 a.m.
“After much anticipation by our community I am pleased that the contract for Full Moon BBQ to locate in Trussville is finalized,” said Trussville Mayor Buddy Choat. “Their reputation for great food, service, and community involvement will be a great addition to our city.”
The store is a 4,800 square foot location to be established at the Trussville Shopping Center off the Clay Chalkville exit and in front of K-Mart. More than 100 employees will be hired.
“We are so thankful to have the City of Trussville’s tremoudous support as we begin the process of bringing Full Moon Bar-B-Que to my hometown,” said Rich Yokeley, who is the Trussville Full Moon BBQ owner and operator. “Our team looks forward to providing guests in Trussville and surrounding communities with delicious food and superior service.”