The lunchtime rush in Scottsville Kentucky came to a halt at the corner of Old Gallatin Road Monday, but customers weren't ordering for the prices they were ordering for the purpose.
"Just trying to show our support," said Anthony Tooley, who thought he had closed down his BBQ rig for the winter.
Yet, Anthony was so shaken by the alleged murder of 7-year-old Gabbi Doolin he figured he could fire up a way to help.
"All the proceeds are going to the Doolins, everything we make, tips, everything is going to the Doolin family," Anthony said as he flipped burgers.
All the meat and all the man hours were donated. Not a cent from the pop-up roadside BBQ will be profited from.
"What we're doing is never gonna change what happened, it'll never change that but I mean at least we're showing we're there for them," he added.
For the people of Scottsville, the lunch time rush was worth slowing down for.