Taylor County Expo Center in Texas has announced a new partnership with Screaming Goat Enterprises to provide all food and beverages at the facility year-round.

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The new partnership was announced via a press release on the Taylor County Expo Center's Facebook page.

The Expo Center Board of Directors and staff are excited to introduce our new Concessionaire for the Expo Center grounds: Screaming Goat Enterprises!  Screaming Goat Enterprises will provide all food and beverage concessions for the facility year around.

“This partnership will provide the Expo Center patrons with quality food and beverages for horse shows, stock shows, concerts and trade shows.  We are pleased to be working with Kris, Crystal, Donovan and Moi and look forward to providing quality service to our customers”, said Expo Center General Manager Rochelle Johnson.

“Screaming Goat Enterprises is proud to announce its 5 year Concession's Partnership with The Taylor County Expo Center. We cannot thank Rochelle Johnson and the Board of Directors enough for giving us this opportunity. Screaming Goat Enterprises is excited to take on this new adventure by providing great customer service, quality food selections, and helping provide more live entertainment at the Taylor County Coliseum. Keep your eyes open for our future plans to build our first brick and mortar featuring a family casual dining concept that serves pizza, burgers, wings, and more alongside a full service bar that will also provide the occasional live entertainment. (via Taylor County Expo Facebook)

Screaming Goat Enterprises

The new Abilene business is the brainchild of the same business entrepreneurs at Potosi Live including Kris & Crystal Randolph, Moi Garcia, and Donovan Nohl. The team is excited to bring their top-notch cuisine to the Taylor County Expo Center, providing folks in Abilene with a finer experience at the facility.

Congrats to the team at Screaming Goat Enterprises and kudos to the Taylor County Expo Center team for choosing some great folks to work with.

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