State Representative Shawn Dooley To Host Charity Food Truck Festival
WRENTHAM– State Representative Shawn Dooley (R-Norfolk), along with several local businesses, is pleased to announce the First Annual Fall Food Truck Festival. 100% of all ticket sales will go to two wonderful local charities: The Random Smile Project and The Santa Foundation. Both of these charities focus all of their efforts to helping those in need in our surrounding communities.
The details of the event are as follows:
State Representative Shawn Dooley’s Fall Food Truck Festival
Thursday, September 13th
Lake Pearl - Wrentham (formerly Lake Pearl Luciano’s)
299 Creek Street, Wrentham
Tickets can be purchased in advance at: http://www.randomsmile.org/fall-food-truck-festival
or at Lake Pearl on the day of the event - while supplies last.
$20 for adults: Get to sample the delicious offerings of each of our food trucks.
$10 for children (13 and under) choose your favorite 3 trucks to explore.
Space limited to the first 350 guests
Open to the Public - All Welcome!
Food Trucks ranging from GottaQ Smokehouse BBQ, Atomic Blonde Ice Cream, Juliana’s Italian Catering, Paco’s Tacos, as well as Ming’s Asian Street food will be serving their assorted specialties. Live music will be provided by an awesome local band: The Pushbuttons.
“My mantra has always been, ‘Service with a Smile,’” said Dooley. “This event is about giving back and helping to put a smile on someone else’s face. I hope we get a huge crowd for this fun filled evening and really support these great causes!” Dooley went on to add, “Our goal is to have this be an annual event, bringing in more and more trucks and have it be the signature charity fundraiser for our community.”
Corporate Sponsors of this evening include: Subaru of New England, Plainridge Park Casino, DiPlacido Development Corporation, The Preserve at Mill Pond, Plumb House, Inc., Custom Art Framing, Glen Meadow Apartments, and CVS Health.
Dooley represents the 9th Norfolk District, which includes the towns of Norfolk, Plainville, Wrentham, Medfield, Millis, and Walpole.