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Food truck owner says flood brought in business

Business is booming for one food truck owner who says the flood brought in customers. Business is booming for one food truck owner who says the flood brought in customers.
Open Roads Concessions set up across the street from Turtle Park today. Open Roads Concessions set up across the street from Turtle Park today.
Fletcher said he's been amazed by the big crowds going downtown to check out the Flint. Fletcher said he's been amazed by the big crowds going downtown to check out the Flint.
Tommy Fletcher Tommy Fletcher
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

An Albany Food Truck owner said that the flood is keeping him busy.

Open Roads Concessions set up across the street from Turtle Park today.

The food truck was set up a couple of weeks ago in the Albany Herald Parking lot but decided to move after seeing so many people downtown watching the water.

"It's been pretty consistent. People come down and watch the river go by and everything, and that's about it," said Tommy Fletcher, owner of Open Roads Concessions.

Fletcher said he's been amazed by the big crowds going downtown to check out the Flint.

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