rganizers estimated between 1,500 and 2,000 people attended the festival Saturday despite rain, sleet and blustery weather.
Organizers of the event are seeking arts, crafts, and street food vendors as well as non-profit organizations to fill a few remaining vendor booth spaces for the 2013 festival, set for May 4 on Dickson Street in downtown Fayetteville.
A Taste of Two Cities will gather together 20 food trucks from each city
48 food trucks participating in this year's festival season
The truck lineup will have to stay fresh
Council on the hook for $8,731 in estimated fees for this week's event.
The first Battle of the Food Trucks was a complete sell-out, drawing 500 people
A dozen mobile food vendors are scheduled to be on site at The Inland Empire Auto Show
About a dozen gourmet food trucks will be converging on Grand Army Plaza once a month beginning Sunday for a “Food Truck Rally.”
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