Biscuitville's Food Truck Visits Greensboro & High Point

Celebrate Biscuitville's 50th Anniversary with free biscuits.


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Image courtesy of Biscuitville FRESH SOUTHERN®

Biscuitville is celebrating its 50th Anniversary and showing appreciation for its customers with “Random Acts of Biscuit.”

“Random Acts of Biscuit” is a pop-up food truck promotion and biscuit giveaway held in 22 separate stops in North Carolina and Virginia between July 29 to August 17. At each stop, 250 biscuits will be given away on a first-come, first-serve basis, as well as Pepsi® beverages and coupons for free biscuits.

Additional giveaways will be available to guests who sign up to receive emails from Biscuitville during the events, and attendees can register to win free biscuits for a year. For more information, visit biscuitville.com.

This weekend, the food truck will make appearances in Greensboro and High Point. Here's where you can catch it: 

Friday in Greensboro

7 to 9 a.m. at Lowes Home Improvement 2005 E. Cone Blvd. 
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Green Ford/Lincoln 3800 W. Wendover Ave. 

Saturday in High Point

8 to 10 a.m. Lowes Home Improvement 2600 N. Main St.
12 a.m. to 2 p.m. It’s In The Bag 613 Burton Ave.

As we learn of more Triad-area “Random Acts of Biscuit” stops, we'll pass along the information to you! 

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