TROY — The Miami County Food Truck Rally and Competition returns to the Miami County Fairgrounds on Saturday, May 20 from 11am to 9pm.
There are over 60 food trucks for guests to choose from, with over 40 vendors selling arts, crafts, and a variety of other items.Entertainment including ax throwing and live music by Direct Energy from 7-9 PM
Hosted by the Miami County Agricultural Association (MCAS), which boasts numerous sponsors such as Honda PowerSports of Troy and MetroNet, the event will have food and fun for everyone. The list of food trucks and vendors participating in the event is still under construction and will be published soon, including specialty drink vendors and beer, wine and cider sales. For information on becoming a sponsor, please contact MCAS Treasurer Roberta Jacobs. [email protected] or at 937-266-2914.
The 2022 Food Truck Rally and Competition winners are The Naughty Lobstah, who will bring award-winning food to the 2023 Miami County Fairgrounds.
In addition to the numerous food trucks and vendors available in the Merchant Building and throughout the fairgrounds, the Shop N Crop Building hosts the Veterans Resources Fair and the Poultry Building hosts plant sales by Miami County Master Gardeners. The Miami County Sheriff’s Office will also participate in the event and host IDent-A-Kid to give the kid his ID card.
“Plan your day, bring your own chair and squat if you want. writes Jacobs. “Make sure to take a break and visit the vendors to see what they sell. A company that offers quality crafts, direct sales and solutions. Friends, family, neighbors, colleagues, church.” Share and invite your family and more, there’s something for everyone!
At the end of the day, the winner of the Food Truck Rally competition will be announced. Not all food trucks participate, but participating food trucks are evaluated by multiple teams of judges on multiple levels, including creativity, taste and presentation. There are two categories that food trucks can enter. desserts and appetizers. According to Jacobs, the judge’s name cannot be disclosed. The judges are a mix of community he leaders, “foodies”, card-carrying taco judges, and card-carrying barbecue judges. Judging will be blind and runners will receive entries from food trucks. Food descriptions may be provided to the judges, but the truck name is not permitted on the food truck.
This event is free to attend and parking is free. All guests must enter using the Main (North) Gate at 25A County Road. Harrison Street gates are for food trucks and vendors only.