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Smalls Sliders Can Drop in Lake Charles

Jun 05, 2024 02:36PM ● By Kelsey Swire
Smalls Sliders is the cheeseburger slider brand that is painting the restaurant industry Smorange™, and its newest "Can" was dropped today in Lake Charles. Smalls Sliders specializes in fresh, cooked-to-order cheeseburger sliders—small in size, BIG in taste. The Can stands out with a streamlined slide-thru, walk-up window, and a unique modular setup built from Smorange shipping containers.


“You may be asking yourself… have I heard of Smalls Sliders? The answer is yes, and now you’re about to taste it closer to home and across the street from McNeese State right here in Lake Charles,” shared Smalls Sliders franchisee Rob Carter, who is a co-owner with Todd Touchet and Jonathan "JP" Perry. “Our attention-grabbing Smorange Can is not only going to stand out visually as a pillar of our community but become part of our daily routines - from celebrating our local friends and neighbors to sponsoring local events and more. We can’t wait to say, ‘Thanks for Slidin’-Thru!’”  The local (OM) operations manager is Michael Boyer.

Drive by and see the construction progress for yourself at 135 W. McNeese St., in front of Club4 Fitness.




At the Can Drop, Smalls recognized two McNeese State University star basketball players, Antavion Collum and Christian Shumate, as Smalls Town Heroes for their positive contributions to the Lake Charles community. Antavion is inspiring the next generation of leaders through his volunteer work as a basketball coach at summer camps and tournaments, partnering with Toys for Tots and regularly supporting Mid-South Food Bank. Christian connects with the Lake Charles community through jersey signings, mentoring younger children and participating in summer camps. During the holiday season, he also helps with Christmas shopping for underprivileged children.