Krush Burger has come a long way since its days as the pioneering Mini Burger Truck.
Krush Burger's Davin Vculek announced on Insta that Krush Burger will be opening its latest location in Rocklin.
This marks the fourth Sacramento brick and mortar location for the slider-based chain, with the other locations in Sacramento, Davis and Roseville. Krush Burger also has a location in Dubai.
Krush Burger started as Mini Burger Truck in early 2011. For trademark-related reasons, they changed their name to Krush Burger in April 2012, and opened their first brick and mortar location in January 2013.
Krush Burger can be found online at http://www.krushburger.com/.
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