Diamond Plaza Food Truck Fest

Diamond Plaza is hosting a food truck gathering on Friday, March 29th, 2013. Many popular food trucks will convene to feed all you hungry peeps. Everyone is invited!

Admission is FREE and we are giving away a door prize! We need to reach 200 people “Going” on Facebook or click “REGISTER” free below to reveal the grand prize!

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