Ribbon cutting

The Rockport-Fulton Chamber of Commerce (RFCC) Bay Blazers and staff were joined by guests recently to celebrate a ribbon cutting for Fulton Kettle Corn, 317 Fulton Beach Road.

Fulton Kettle Corn is a locally owned and operated business in South Texas. They have been in business for more than six years and have worked many markets and events all over the Coastal Bend, to the Houston area.

From the beginning, they received an overwhelming amount of support from the community and strived to return the favor through local nonprofits, as well as the Coastal Bend Food Bank. One of their personal goals was to be part of the Rockport-Fulton area. Owner Daniel Fulton is a descendent of George W. Fulton and is honored to have his business in the same town his ancestors called home.

Fulton Kettle Corn offers a variety of flavors including Cookies & Cream, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Birthday Cake, Butter Pecan, Piccadilly, Chocolate, Chicago, Pickle, Chili Cheese, Jalapeno Butter, and more.

“This ribbon cutting is personally my biggest achievement as well as my favorite achievement for the business. The Fulton Mansion has always been a big part of my family’s history and I have many memories of my family visiting throughout my childhood,” said Fulton. “Our goal is to be a part of the Rockport-Fulton community and do our best to give back and show how much we appreciate everyone’s support over the past six years.”

Hours of operation are Tuesday – Sunday, 12 p.m. - 6 p.m.; and closed Mondays.

For more information, visit their website www.fultonkc.com or call 361-815-0440.

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