By STAFF | MobileFoodNews.com
SAN FRANCISCO–Chase Card Services, a division of JPMorgan Chase & Co. [NYSE: JPM], announced today the top ten food trucks in the Eater’s Choice Awards presented by Chase SapphireSM Visa Signature® in partnership with Off the Grid, an organizer of street food events in the San Francisco Bay Area. The ten San Francisco food trucks will be serving up their beloved fare at the Eater’s Choice Awards event October 15 at Fort Mason Center from 12 to 4 p.m. Liam Mayclem of “Eye on the Bay” will emcee the culinary celebration where the number-one favorite “mobile eatery” – and donation to the San Francisco and Marin Food Banks – will be revealed.
From September 21 to October 5, Bay Area food truck fans voted for their favorite of nearly 30 participating food trucks online, with Chase Sapphire Visa Signature donating $1 for each vote cast up to $10,000 to the San Francisco and Marin Food Banks. The finalists are:
|Doc’s of the Bay
|Ebbett’s Good to Go
|Little Green Cyclo
|Seoul on Wheels
|The Rib Whip
During the event on October 15, Chase Sapphire cardmembers will receive exclusive perks, including early entrance to the event, an exclusive menu item at each food truck, VIP seating in the Chase Sapphire Lounge and exclusive meet-and-greets with food truck chef-owners. The winning food truck will win a customized makeover valued at $5,000 courtesy of Chase Sapphire Visa Signature. The company will also present the San Francisco and Marin Food Banks with a donation check.
“Chase Sapphire rewards its cardmembers with unique and memorable experiences,” said Sean O’Reilly, general manager, Chase Card Services. “The Eater’s Choice Awards is truly a unique spin on dining in that it allows San Franciscans the chance to show their passion for food truck dining and their favorite food truck as well as help raise money for people in need. We are thrilled to be able to offer our cardmembers access to this exclusive event.”
To learn more about the Eater’s Choice Awards presented by Chase Sapphire Visa Signature, please visit http://www.eaterschoicesf.com