Media interested in event photos or interviews can contact the Greater Waco Chamber Director of Communications Leigh Davis at 254-757-5603.
News Clips from The Texas Food Truck Showdown in 2018
Amanda Haygood and Caleb Duty with the Texas Food Truck Showdown joined us on The Buzz this morning to give us a taste of what we can expect this weekend.
Jamie Kennedy with KCEN-TV interview Amanda Haygood about TFTS. From barbeque to doughnuts, from Greek to crepes, almost every type of food will be represented and all will be competing for a pretty tasty $5,000. For the family with kids, arts and crafts will be available as well as a petting zoo, and Austin Reptiles is stopping by, too.
In this episode of Downtown Depot, Austin talks with Jake Cockerill about the Waco Peddle Company, an update on the Food Truck Showdown, and an interview with Mick Burson where he talks about his work around town.
News Clips from The Texas Food Truck Showdown in 2017
Heritage Square buzzed Saturday, attracting crowds of locals and visitors for the third annual Texas Food Truck Showdown. . .
More than 20,000 people attended the 3rd Annual Food Truck Showdown in Waco on Saturday. . .
Texas Food Truck Showdown + Waco & ATX Weekend Getaway. I had the pleasure of judging the 3rd Annual Texas Food Truck Showdown in Waco where I got to sample 40 dishes from competing foods trucks. Talk about a dream come true for me right? . . .
News Clips from The Texas Food Truck Showdown in 2016
News Clips from The Texas Food Truck Showdown in 2015
Nearly three dozen food trucks converge on Waco’s Heritage Square this weekend with some dishes that many Waco foodies may encounter for the first time. . . .
One of the things I really wanted to do on Saturday was take a minute to look around the food truck event at Heritage Square and appreciate the fact that we could hold something of the kind. . . .
The Texas Food Truck Showdown held its inaugural event on March 28 in downtown Waco. Put on by the Greater Waco Chamber, with presenting sponsor Legacy Land and Ranches, the event was an overwhelming success. . . .