Go Fish! Food Truck

Go Fish Food Truck was established in 2018, opened in 2019, & expanded into Avenue 19, downtown’s newest food hall & entertainment space, in 2023. Go Fish is owned by Christina Voreadis, a Colorado Springs native, who is passionate about sharing her delicious seafood with the people of her hometown. Go Fish loves giving back to the community & being that Christina is a former educator, helping kids & others are motivating factors in the philanthropic efforts that Go Fish pursues. Go Fish often works with local school districts & community organizations to provide school supplies & gifts to children in need in Colorado Springs and surrounding areas. Christina has continued to support schools and recently gave a lesson to first grade students at The Colorado Springs School about entrepreneurship and what is needed to make a small business successful. Christina is also passionate about helping others succeed and worked with Mayor Yemi Mobolade, when he was the small business administrator of the city to create a Road Map for starting a food truck to provide guidance for people looking to get into the industry. It can be found at, https://cosopenforbiz.com/. In addition, she served as a certified SBDC mentor for about a year and has worked closely with both the SBDC & the BBB in planning for the annual Food Truck Cook-Off. Go Fish looks forward to catching you soon around town in the food truck or downtown at Avenue 19!

More information about Go Fish Food Truck can be found by visiting our website, www.gofishfoodtruck.com. There you’ll find the food truck schedule, more about our location at Avenue 19, menus, & lots more. Be sure to follow us on social media, @gofishfoodtruck on Facebook & @gofishft on Instagram to get daily updates and pictures of our delicious seafood.

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