At Sussman Shank LLP we are proud to spotlight our latest client, BeeHive Station. There is a lot of buzz surrounding this food pod in South Salem, which is the city's first of its kind. While the food cart culture has sustained in Portland, this is a new concept for Salem. Putting together this centralized area (referred to as a pod) allows for variety that the community was seeking in one location.
BeeHive Station officially opened on June 3rd, and successfully introduced the food pod experience to its community as well as to passersby taking the local exit off of I-5 North or South. Beehive is home to several food carts and mobile kitchens including Bobablastic, Dalia's Taqueria, Kye's Cuisine, Chavelo's Ceviche, Cindy Lou's Smoked Meats and BBQ, and most recently, Gyrolicious. BeeHive was recently featured in theStatesman Journal(link below) touting that "Some Salem vendors have tripled or quadrupled business since moving to Beehive Station."
Sussman Shank attorney, Amy Geerhart, explains that "working with Kelly and BeeHive Station is a very rewarding experience. We are always happy to help small business owners pursue their passions." Amy and other lawyers at Sussman Shank have worked with BeeHive Station on startup services, leases, and employment. We look forward to the continued growth and success of Salem's first food pod at BeeHive Station.
About Beehive Station
The owners of Beehive Station have lived their entire lives in South Salem and have watched the area grow and develop. This is a family and dog-friendly food pod with free onsite parking and bike parking, and many mobile food trucks for any craving. The goal of BeeHive Station is to have a talented variety of food professionals "who will come collectively together to produce a cornerstone that will satisfy your taste for street food cuisine." www.beehivestationfoodcarts.com