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The Acai Bowl “Beach Shack” Goes Mobile

Carrollton’s acai superfood bowl provider is putting wheels on its beach shack. Brad and Tracey Spruell, owners of Heavenly Bowls, have closed their permanent spring/summer location on the side of the VFW Building on Bankhead Highway and have decided to take their business mobile by investing in a food truck.

However, the beach shack is not going very far. In fact, starting Tuesday, May 24, they will be found in the parking lot of the Fur Babies Cat Cafe at 302 South Street in Carrollton. They will be open year-round Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. and Wednesdays from 11:00 a.m. – 4:00pm. Delivery service will also be available each day with a minimum $50.00 order. On Fridays the food truck will be available for events and deliveries. Other days, times, and locations will be announced via their Facebook page.

According to Brad and Tracey, they feel the food truck will offer many more opportunities for their business to grow, allowing them to be more visible in the community while also being available for events. “We decided a food trailer would be more versatile, so we could set up in a more central location but also be mobile to cater different events. We can come to you now for church gatherings, office meetings, subdivision parties, school events, etc.”

Though their mode of business may be changing, the delicious menu is staying the same. “We will have all the favorites, plus specialty bowls such as the Georgia peach bowl and the coffee bowl,” they promised.

Though they have invested in a food truck for the spring and summer months, they will continue to have their permanent spot at the University of West Georgia during the school year, but it will in a different location as they will be moving from beside the UWG Bookstore to the third floor of the University Community Center (UCC) Building beginning in August.

When asked about what they are looking forward to most with the new food truck, the Spruells said, “We are most excited to be able to serve the community in a lot of new ways. The community needs to know we are now ready and able to be a part of their lives–no matter the location–with healthy, delicious, Heavenly food!!”

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Kevin is a reporter for The City Menus. A 2007 graduate of the University of West Georgia, he moved out of state briefly before returning to the Carroll County community in 2013. He enjoys seeing and writing about the growth in Carrollton and surrounding communities.