Puckett’s Trolley Stop :: Floyd Stadium at MTSU!

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Beep Beep! We’ve got some news to share! Puckett’s Trolley — our mobile eatery — has partnered with MT Athletics to offer our down-home, Southern fare to Middle Tennessee State University football fans inside Johnny “Red” Floyd Stadium this upcoming season!

“We are always seeking to add new elements to the fan experience at Blue Raiders athletic events,” said Zach Huston, business development manager for Blue Raider Sports Properties. “We’re delighted to feature a local, well-known brand like Puckett’s and are confident that the trolley’s presence will be a crowd-pleaser.”

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The Puckett’s Trolley concessions menu will include offerings like a “meat and two” plate — with our famous slow-smoked pulled pork or beef brisket as meat options — plus brisket nachos, smoked wings and Piggy Mac — a favored Puckett’s creation — among other bites. Affectionately named Ms. Trolley Parton, the red trolley will be stationed inside gates 3 and 4 at Floyd Stadium for all home games during the 2017 football season.

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Did y’all know Andy AND Claire are alumni of MTSU? Andy even played on the football team briefly, before getting sidelined due to an injury!

“Great food and football go hand in hand, and as MTSU alums we are passionate about enhancing the game day experience for our fellow Blue Raiders with the addition of Puckett’s Trolley,” Claire said.

The MTSU Blue Raiders will play Vanderbilt in the season opener tomorrow, September 2, at 7pm. What could be better than cheering on your favorite team while munching on your favorite Puckett’s foods? We’ll see y’all at Floyd Stadium!

Puckett’s Trolley Serves at Gateway Village March 22

Calling all “Boro-ians!” Ms. Trolley Parton is making a pitstop at the Gateway Village in Murfreesboro today! She’ll be servin’ up her trademark Southern fare Friday, March 22 at 820 North Thompson Lane, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The food truck eatery offers made-to-order bites from a renovated and historic mobile venue.

In addition to our cherry wood-smoked pork and chicken, Ms. Trolley Parton also offers BBQ and grilled chicken nachos, catfish tacos, a brisket chimichanga, fried green beans and more.

Our Trolley Manager Christen Boyd says that the Trolley’s food all comes with the Puckett’s special stamp, though some of its dishes are signature items!

“What’s unique about the trolley is that we’re able to take our menu directly to the people who may not have the opportunity to dine at Puckett’s that day because of distance. The Trolley offers the same quality food that its restaurants do, and it’s a fun way to engage in different communities.”

The food truck will also serve a Redneck Burrito on March 22, an item created specifically for the trolley that received such popularity that it made its way onto the Puckett’s menu.  The dish includes pulled pork, baked beans and Puckett’s famous BBQ sauce ‘n’ slaw, all wrapped in a burrito and grilled.

For the event, Gateway Village is encouraging local musicians to provide a little entertainment to diners during Trolley Parton’s visit. Anyone interested in performing an open-mic session may sign up at the day of the event.