Help from the Love Kitchen Arrives At Switchpoint
The Love Kitchen showed up to Switchpoint in St. George to deliver love in the form of food. Stacks of pizza were made and delivered to those who were hungry.
How would you like a job where you travel the country providing meals for those who need them? Blake Reece drives the Little Caesars truck that came to Southern Utah. “I travel 180 days a year,” he said. “I make one, sometimes two stops a day.” It’s a great way to see the country and do some good at the same time.
Little Caesars in Southern Utah has been locally owned and operated for over thirty years. I asked Wes Swaney about what the Love Kitchen truck.
“Our Love Kitchen trucks travel the United States providing relief to the food insecure,” said Swaney. “People without housing, disaster survivors, military and first responders.”
When I went to Switchpoint, there was a stack of Little Caesars pizzas made and delivered straight from the Love Kitchen. It was cool to see the work they do at the resource center. There was a line of people being taken care of by their capable hands.
“We are grateful to be part of that journey, and to be able to do our part in providing nutritious and delicious meals,” said Swaney. “The Love Kitchen is one of those ways we help.”
I think the Love Kitchen trucks are a great idea. The only thing I would add is when you pull the air horn, it would say “pizza pizza”. Then when kids give him the horn sign driving past on the freeway, Reece could pull it and maybe frisbee a pizza through the back window.