The Results Are In… Winners of the 2018 Cornelius Food Truck Invitational
Winners in three categories, "Most Creative Menu, Fan Favorite and Critics Choice," Carolina Smash Truck takes home the honors
(June 18, 2018) The Annual Cornelius Food Truck Invitational was a huge hit this past Saturday in OTC.
Big Thanks to all the community to came out and congrats to all the participating trucks. The event was sponsored buy local #Brewnelius Breweries: Ass Clown, D9, Eleven Lakes and OMB as well as AT&T, Kadifit, Frances Dawson ~ Remax Executive Homes of LKN, Old Town Public House and My Creative Team.
Trucks brought their A-game to the competition and many of the races were neck and neck. We are proud to announce the results from the voting:
Best Looking Truck:
1st Place: Mambo on Rudeas
2nd Place: Taco Green-Go
3rd Place: Marlie Q's Caribbean Queen
The 2018 critics: (left to right)
Davidson Mayor Rusty Knox, Huntersville Mayor John Aneralla, Fork! Owner and Chef Tim Groody, CPD Officer Rucker, Cornelius Art Center executive director Justin Dionne, Smithville community Coalition Historian Ron Potts, Cornelius Mayor Woody Washam and grandadughter Eva Lachapelle, Lake Norman Small Business Network Head Jim Vogel.
The 2018 Critics serving the community with the taste test round.
My Booth provided a free photo booth to festival goers.
“Most Nutritious Menu” Lobster Dogs
Best Looking Truck, “Mambo on Rudeas”
Winners in three categories, “Most Creative Menu, Fan Favorite and Critics Choice,” Carolina Smash Truck takes home the honors
(To view the entire photo album, visit our Facebook page here)
I live here in Old Town Cornelius and absolutely love our area's unique character. My life's calling is to work to bring art and culture to the forefront of everyday life. I work full-time for Bella Love, Inc and taking care of my adorable son, Kipton.
Jack Conard Jr and artists Justin Christenbery, Rico Nye and Brant Waldeck. (Christine Dietz photo)