Food Truck Rally fast approaching

Food Truck Rally fast approaching

By Matt Mackinder
Clarkston News Editor

Save room for dinner on Friday night, May 19.
That evening in the Neiman’s Family Market parking lot at Dixie Highway and White Lake Road, the Clarkston Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting the Food Truck Rally from 4:30-9 p.m.
“Food Truck Rally features various food truck companies and the delicious foods they offer,” said Kate Masters, membership engagement program manager for the Clarkston Area Chamber of Commerce. “This event will also provide live music, kids entertainment, and a beer tent.”
Entry into the event is free.
Masters also explained how this event is one of many that are vital to the Clarkston community.
“As the Clarkston Area Chamber, it is important to us to host events that bring residents and member businesses together,” Masters said. “This event allows the chamber to support our members, as well as actively engage with the residents of Clarkston and the surrounding areas. We enjoy providing events that support our local member businesses while bringing fun and entertainment to the community.”
Events like this always seem to bring the community together, and Masters explained that is 100 percent the case with the food trucks.
“This is absolutely the expectation,” Masters said. “We want to create an environment where attendees are able to learn about our local member businesses and what they provide to the community while they enjoy the delicious menus of the food trucks from Oakland and surrounding counties.”
Genisys Credit Union and LaFontaine Automotive Group are the presenting sponsors and Bowman Chevrolet is the koozie sponsor.
Attending food trucks include Delectabowl, the Krepe Cart, Monkey Business, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Sucree, D+W Street Eatery, Clyde’s Pit, Vedged Out, Cousins Maine Lobster, Bubble Bee Tea, Twisted Burger, Tracy B’s Fully Loaded, Buffy’s Mexican Grill, and Salee.
For more information, contact the chamber at or 248-625-8055.

PHOTO: The upcoming Food Truck Rally will have many options to choose from with 14 trucks confirmed as of May 8. Photo: Provided by Kate Masters/CACOC

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