Tuesday, December 22, 2015
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST PARISH – Parish President Natalie Robottom, Administrative staff, Economic Development Committee members and Council Members Larry Snyder, Jaclyn Hotard, Lennix Madere, Cheryl Millet and Lucien Gauff, joined Marketing Director George Wilburn, District Manager Roy Verret and General Manager Helena Clark, for a ribbon cutting ceremony at the grand opening of Krystal Burger in LaPlace on Saturday, December 19. The new store is located at 143 Belle Terre Blvd. in LaPlace.
The grand opening included refreshments, gift bags, coupons, games, prizes and a DJ. President Robottom greeted attendees and acknowledged her excitement for the grand opening before the ribbon cutting commenced. “As Parish President, economic growth remains one of my top priorities and I am encouraged by your choice to locate your business in St. John,” said President Robottom. “Congratulations and best wishes as you open your doors to new and old customers. Thank you for being a part of the economic landscape of St. John the Baptist Parish.”
Krystal Burger, originated in Atlanta, Georgia, is one of the oldest American hamburger chains. The 83-year-old company is known for its small, square hamburger sliders with steamed-in onions. Menu items also include hotdog “pups”, miniature chicken sandwiches, desserts & shakes, wings, kid’s meals and seasonal/promotional treats. Breakfast is served daily until 11 a.m. Residents can also sign up for Club Krystal through the company’s website which offers exclusive coupons and deals for members.
Krystal Burger is open Monday through Sunday, 24 hours a day. For more information, visit the Krystal Burger Facebook page or website at krystal.com.