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Ray Ray’s Takes a Swing at Wings and Hits a Homerun

Posted by cmh gourmand on February 7, 2012

The subtitle of this post may be mythbusters. This writer has heard two mobile myths perpetuated of late: Mobile food is a fad and food trucks can’t make a living year round. Enter Ray Ray’s.

Jaime (Ray Ray) Anderson continues to prove that with a good product, a little business sense and a lot of hard work, a person can make a good living from a mobile food truck or trailer. Ray Ray’s has served BBQ from the same location for over two years. Ray Ray’s stays open through the winter, serving 52 weeks each year. Jaime takes opportunities to try out new menu items such as smoked turkeys for Thanksgiving and Christmas as well a grass fed beef special on Sunday’s. For Superbowl Sunday, he decided to serve wings and the results were……take a look for yourself. When I visited, the line was fifty people deep and still growing.

If you grill it, BBQ it or cook it right, they will come. You might have to wait for the next Superbowl for wings….but maybe not, seems like it would be a good item for fall tailgating.

One Response to “Ray Ray’s Takes a Swing at Wings and Hits a Homerun”

  1. Dave said

    I like the Ray Ray’s tag on the post.

    I’m a little sad it’s so busy all the time, I don’t have that kind of time to wait for food, but I am glad it’s so successful year ’round.

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