Setting her career in motion before she even left high school, West Point resident Crystal Burton worked hard to climb up the ladder. When she headed off to her alma mater, William & Mary, she brought her work ethic with her. Before she graduated, she was managing several restaurants in the Williamsburg area.
With decades of management, marketing and sales skills, Burton found herself in a lucrative career. But, that didn’t stop her from wanting something different.
Thinking long and hard about her and her family’s future, Burton said she kept recounting the wise words someone had once shared with her: “Why work to make someone else rich?”
So, following the birth of her son, Burton decided it was time for a change. Returning to her roots, Burton got to work putting her food truck concept into fruition.