Rain drenches the Fall Food Truck Rally, but not the hunger for the food

Business owners say the event is a great way to network as an organization and as a customer

CHATTANOOGA (WDEF) – While the rain was still going on, the first Horizon Pavilion across from Finley Stadium held the Fall Food Truck Rally.

Several mobile businesses were on hand despite the rain.

The event is a way for many of these small businesses to showcase their skills and network at the same time.

Sheka Ransom, the owner of the Windy City Eatz food truck, says “As a small business owner, it’s great to be here so we can meet the different people in the community. And, so people can know who we are. We have different types of foods out here, from savory to sweet. We have Freaky Funnels. We have Spill The Beans Coffee. We have kettle corn on the inside, and then we have us, Chicago-style food. So, it’s good to be out here so you can get to meet different people and try things you would never have tried.”>

The event is held twice a year: once in the spring, and once in the fall.

If you want to know where these mobile units will be next, check their website or Facebook page.

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