CHINO VALLEY FOODIE TRUCK EVENT TO BE THE FIRST HELD IN SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY

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Hooray for GFT Foodie Events! And this one’s for a cause close to my heart. The first ever Chino Valley Foodie Truck Event will benefit the Chino Valley Unified School District. We all know how much the school system is suffering right now and  this fundraising is one great idea to help our kids. Apart from the GFTs listed, Fatburger Truck and Curbside Cravings will also be at the event.

Press release:

CHINO VALLEY FOODIE TRUCK EVENT TO BE THE FIRST HELD IN SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY Tickets for the CVUSD Fundraiser are On-Sale Now

CHINO, Calif. (March 10, 2010) – Chino Valley’s first ever, gourmet food truck event will be held Saturday, April 9 from 3:00-7:00pm at Don Lugo High School (13400 Pipeline Avenue, Chino) in a fundraiser for Chino Valley Unified School District and their schools’ PTAs. Tickets for the event, $6.00 in advance with children under 5 years free, are now being sold.

The planned Chino Valley Foodie Truck Fundraiser will feature some of Southern California’s most popular gourmet food trucks, along with a line-up of great entertainment from local bands and DJs. The mobile food trucks scheduled for the event will also donate a portion of sales and include: BaconMANia Truck, Buttermilk Truck, Don Chow Tacos, Fish Lips Sushi Truck, the Frysmith Truck, the Greasy Wiener, India Jones Chow Truck, and the Sweets Truck.

Advanced tickets are $6.00 and are available through many CVUSD schools’ PTAs, with a portion of sales benefit their PTA. Additional ticket sales locations will be held the week of March 21st. Net proceeds from the Foodie Truck Festival will benefit Chino Valley Unified School District. Tickets will also be available for $8.00 at the event. (Children under 5 years of age are free.)

“The Foodie Truck Festival is one of many innovative ideas our district is looking at to raise incremental funds to continue premiere programs that will allow our graduates to have a competitive advantage when continuing their education or entering the job market,” said Wayne M. Joseph, Superintendent, Chino Valley Unified School District. “This event will no doubt draw the community and steadfast supporters of our District as well as prove a fun and satisfyingly good way to help public education”

To learn more about Chino Valley’s Foodie Truck Festival, tickets sales or sponsorships, log on to chinovalleyfoodiefestival.com or contact Angela Turner at (909)569-1818 or Julie Gobin at (909)628-1201, ext 1616. Follow us on twitter @CVFoodieFest.

See you there and Happy Foodtrucking!

xo, Emilie
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