Truck Grills on Funds Raise: Johnsonville Big Taste Grill

Johnsonville Big Taste Grill is a popular presence at American outdoor events, especially when funds raising is needed for charity.

Still, for those who have never heard of the touring big grill, here are some details: in 1995, at the 50th anniversary of the famous sausage producer Johnsonville Sausage ? a family owned business in Wisconsin, the first Johnsonville Big Taste Grill was launched, worlds largest touring grill. Largest gas grill, that is a truck weighing more than 53,000 pounds and measuring 65 feet long, equipped with all necessary utilities to feed a hungry crowd ? hot and cold running water, a prep station and a refrigeration unit. The capacity of the grill is 750 brats at a time and around 2,500 per hour.

The funds raised by sales at the grill are used for the benefit of local charities or non-profit organizations. Over the years, over 1.5 million dollars were raised for charities across the United States and Canada.

The Big Taste Grill is a sight itself: even those who are familiar with truck grills, seeing this one for the first time are impressed with its enormity and uniqueness. Thus a great opportunity is offered for people to contribute to preferred charities in a pleasant way.

One of the latest apparitions was at a fund raise for a local non-profit, at the Oconee County on 26-27 November.

A recent event of great popularity was the one at the Pentagon, on October 7, "The Pentagon Brats & Music Festival", where funds were raised for the Pentagon Memorial Fund by selling lunches to the 23,000 employees of the Pentagon. Serving from Johnsonvilles Big Taste Grill were Miss America, Miss Virginia and Washington Redskin Cheerleaders.

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