The popular food truck event in Virginia-Highland is back.
the event would not return for its second year, Smyrna resident Bettie Cagle took matters into her own hands.
Cagle — an event planner by trade — heard through a friend the event was cancelled and decided to take on the project.
The Wednesday food truck event will be held in the same location, 841 N. Highland Ave., across from , from 6 to 9 p.m.
“I’m really excited,” Cagle told Patch on Tuesday.
A wide-range of trucks will roll into the parking lot each week, she said. From American cuisine to Tex-Mex to Asian Fusion options, the trucks offer something for everyone in the family.
Cagle estimated about 10 trucks will be on hand Wednesday, May 9, for the kick-off event.
Ten-percent of the proceeds from each weekly event will be donated to Atlanta Flux Projects, a nonprofit that supports local artists.
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