HAVE YOU SEEN LAKE PUEBLO’S FIRST FLOATING CONCESSION STAND?

According to a Lake Pueblo State Park Facebook, the Hot Dogger pontoon, which started setting sail in mid-June, is the first floating concession in the state!

 
The business was started by 24-year-old Jake Moreschini and his family, who rebuilt a pontoon boat and equipped it with generators and equipment to cook and serve hot dogs, burritos, nachos, pretzels, shaved ice, sodas and ice cream.
 
A favorite spot on Lake Pueblo for the Hot Dogger team to to serve boaters is at the South shore Marina near the Paddle Board Cove, but they can be contacted at 719-250-0984 or via email hotdoggerlakepueblo@outlook.com for their latest location or to have their “Hot Dog Taxi” deliver direct to your boat.
The Hot Dogger sails and serves food and drinks at Lake Pueblo every weekend.
Photos of the Hot Dogger pontoon, Jake Moreschini and their menu, which has been revised to add burritos.
 

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Southern Colorado Independent Magazine publisher Jenny Paulson is a 20 year veteran niche magazine publisher, an independent journalist, photographer, publisher, blogger, activist, world traveler and a proud mom. She has worked as a political activist, for a lobbyist, a pr firm, the governor and for a representative in Washington DC. She has lived in her home of Pueblo, CO ten years.

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Southern Colorado Independent Magazine publisher Jenny Paulson is a 20 year veteran niche magazine publisher, an independent journalist, photographer, publisher, blogger, activist, world traveler and a proud mom. She has worked as a political activist, for a lobbyist, a pr firm, the governor and for a representative in Washington DC. She has lived in her home of Pueblo, CO ten years.

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