A story published in the Springfield News-Sun shares details of the Rotary food truck competition, its growth and impact over five years.
Thousands of foodies gathered in Veterans Park today to relish the array of 37 unique food trucks, enjoy locally-crafted beer and mingle with other food truck lovers, all while celebrating with grand prize winner, Smokin’ Bee-Bee-Q, and the first-ever People’s Choice Award winner, The Beerded Pig, in what became a family affair.
The Drunken Waffle Food Truck was featured on the Living Dayton television show as Otto Larson of the Springfield Rotary Club shared information about the Fourth Annual Springfield Rotary Gourmet Food Truck Competition to be held Aug. 12.
This year, attendees will share some voting power with the judges as event organizers are now providing a way for competition attendees to choose a People’s Choice Award winner.
As the third annual Springfield Rotary Gourmet Food Truck Competition draws near, anticipation for the event is running high. Brett Turner’s story, titled “Belly Up for Rotary Gourmet Food Truck Competition,” provided a primer on the event for readers of the Dayton Daily News and the Springfield News-Sun (one of our media sponsors). Below is a…
Hear rotary member Fred Bartenstein discuss the basic competition details including the event date, time, location etc. as well has more in-depth things like expected attendance, competition improvements over the past two years, money raised for charity and more!
Brett Turner of the Springfield News-Sun has reported that the Springfield Rotary Gourmet Food Truck Competition has gained national exposure after just two years, with the March 17 premier of “Food Factory: Night Shift” a spinoff of the popular cable series “Food Factory.”