Crocker Park's Annual Food Truck Round Up to Take Place on April 27

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The fine folks at Crocker Park have just announced that their annual Food Truck Round Up will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 27, Crocker Park’s Main Street.

Food trucks scheduled to be on hand include Wild Spork, Hatfield’s, Manna Truck, Southern Thangs Grub Truck, Barrio, Cameo Pizza, Cleveland Cookie Dough Co. and Sweet! Mobile Cupcakery. The event serves as a benefit for the Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland, and customers will have the option to “round-up” their bill to the nearest dollar. All the rounded-up proceeds will go to the Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland.



“We are looking forward to another great kick-off to the food truck season starting with our fantastic partners at the Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland,” says Dan Crandall, Marketing Director at Crocker Park, in a press release. “This event is so special to us because it brings together an incredible group of local food trucks all supporting a wonderful cause to help families in need right here in Cleveland.”

The Food Truck Round Up kicks off food truck season at Crocker Park. Starting on Tuesday, April 30, Truck Stop Tuesday will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and continue to go down every Tuesday through Sept. 24.

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