Food truck parade to break Guiness Book of World Records
5:33 AM, Aug 31, 2013
11:03 AM, Aug 31, 2013
TAMPA, Fla. - The World's Largest Food Truck Rally Ever kicks off Saturday at the Florida State Fairgrounds, but organizers hope to break a world record on the way there. The food trucks will be staged early Saturday morning in downtown Tampa, and with the official sendoff from Mayor Bob Buckhorn, the food trucks will begin their parade to the fairgrounds. The last record broken was in Miami with 62 food trucks but organizers of Saturday's food truck rally hope to smash the record with up to 100 food trucks.
When the food trucks arrive at the fairgrounds, they'll be a part of the World's Largest Food Truck Rally Ever. Events run all day from 11 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Parking is $6 but the event is free. The only cost will be the price of the food from the food trucks.