The following is an official press release

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On July 11th, a new food truck rally is set to take place at The ‘Old’ Yellow Cab building, located near The Oregon District. Organizers say that in addition to 6-12 local food trucks, there will also be craft beer from local breweries, live music, and handmade goods from area vendors.

Brian Johnson, one of the organizers of the rally, said “We want to continue to build the food truck movement with a focus on downtown Dayton. These trucks are a great way to get folks to come downtown who may not normally. Once they’re down here, they can connect with all the great things Dayton has going on and experience the diverse offerings of independent businesses. Additionally, by adding local craft beers, and live music to the mix, we’re hoping to take food truck rallies to another level!”

The food truck rally adds to the long list of events the “Old” Yellow Cab building has the capacity to host. With easy access to parking and a close proximity to the Historic Oregon District, the Yellow Cab has gained a lot of traction with event promoters, non-profit groups, and local musicians looking to throw anything from parties, to craft fairs, to shows.  There are three spaces of varying sizes available for long or short-term rental to groups

Looking to the future, organizers say they plan to keep hosting the food trucks on the second Friday of every month, weather permitting. For more information regarding the Yellow Cab Food Truck Rallies, check out their Facebook https://www.facebook.com/yellowcabfoodtrucks or website yellowcabfoodtrucks.wordpress.com.

Event Details:
Friday, July 11th
5-10pm
700 E. 4th St.
Dayton, Oh 45402

2 Responses to The Old Yellow Cab Building to Host Monthly, Downtown Food Truck Rallies

  1. Brent says:

    Thanks for the info!

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