More than 10 vendors to serve unique eats at The Factory; proceeds benefit 21st Drug Court
FRANKLIN, Tenn. – March 22, 2012 – More than 10 of the area’s most popular food trucks are coming together on May 4 at The Factory for the first-ever Eat the Street Food Truck Festival.
In addition to noshing on the varied culinary offerings created from mobile kitchens, attendees will enjoy live music, a children’s area and a special VIP area for sponsors. The Friday, May 4 event will be held from 5 – 9 p.m. at The Shed at The Factory (located at the rear parking lot).
Confirmed vendors to date include: Bear Creek Farms, Puckett’s, Grilled Cheeserie, Blackbird Heritage, Dixie Belle Cupcakes, Riff’s, Hot Spot, Louisiana Seafood, Smoke Et Al, Hot Spot, Jonbalaya Catering and the Sugar Wagon. Additional vendors may be added and sponsorship opportunities are available for businesses wishing to sponsor the entertainment, the VIP area and more.
The event is free to the public and all proceeds raised from the event will benefit the 21st Drug Court so mark your calendars now! The entertainment line-up, final list of vendors and children’s area details will be announced soon.
For information on sponsorship opportunities and other ways you can get involved, contact Ondrea Harrison at email@example.com. For media sponsorships, contact Amy Gray Kovar at Gray Public Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About 21st Drug Court
The 21st Drug Court provides a cost-effective treatment alternative to the 21st Judicial District of Tennessee traditional sentencing for non-violent offenders whose crimes result from drug or alcohol addiction. The 21st Drug Court works with representatives of law enforcement and the courts as participants engage in a highly supervised, two-year program. The program includes random drug and alcohol testing and consistent treatment by an on-staff counselor and educates participants about their addictions, while training them in basic life skills as well as in the tools necessary for a sober, healthy lifestyle. Participants accepted into the program are required and assisted by staff in securing safe and affordable housing, employment, education, and healthy relationships. For more information, please visit http://www.21dc.org or call 615.595.7868.