Thursday, August 25, 2011

Want to Help a Local Food Truck Find Newfound Fame? Go Vote For It!

Posted By on Thu, Aug 25, 2011 at 2:38 PM

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Planet of the Crepes still stands out as one of my favorite food trucks in town, although it’s honestly kind of difficult to play favorites at this point. It was one of the first non-Mexican-food and non-hot-dog trucks I had the pleasure of visiting, which is probably part of the reason it still stands out in my memory today.

Which is why I’m suggesting you take a few minutes of your day to cast a vote to get the truck named America’s Favorite Food Truck. It’s a long shot - it's currently at number 141 - but let’s give a little love for the only Tucson food truck in the competition. You can cast your vote over here.

You can vote 10 times a day, and voting continues through Monday, Sept. 12. You know what to do.

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