By: Jonathan Mendick January 21, 2014
Anyone need a burger truck?
On Monday, Sacramento food truck OMG Burger posted the above photo along with the following caption:
Alright IG family, The OMG Burger truck is for sale!!! We are moving to So Cal in a couple months. Truck is ready to rock & roll and make you money!!! Email for details- firstname.lastname@example.org #sacramento #forsale #foodtruck #norcal #ca #elkgrove #ranchocordova #westsacramento #moving
That’s a lot of exclamation points and hashtags. But it’s perhaps a fitting exit for OMG Burger owner Ben Jones, who’s just 26 years old. His food truck, which opened in 2012, has been serving up flashy eats such as the Sasquatch Burger (two beef patties, cheese, fries, Doritos, lettuce, tomato, jalapeños), Pink Tacos (steak, fries, cilantro, jalapeños and sauce in a habañero-infused pink tortilla) and Bahg-Gu Fries (a basket of fries topped with bulgogi beef and kimchi).
Jones will be moving to Oceanside, Calif., he wrote in the comment section of the Instagram photo. He won’t necessarily jump right back into the food business.
“I’m 26 and don’t wanna do food forever,” he wrote to SN&R via a Twitter message. “This was a stepping stone for my end game and it’s time to move on, but who knows?”
Better grab a Sasquatch Burger before it goes “KTHXBAI” forever.
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