You’ve seen them rolling around town and have been tempted by their mouthwatering aromas wafting through the summer air, but now is your chance to finally enjoy them. Yes, we are talking about some of the finest food to ever be served on wheels, the famous Kansas City-area food trucks! We are very excited to bringing some of the finest food truck vendors together in one location at our dealership to help fill Kansas City food banks and enjoy an afternoon of fun and award winning meals with our Mercedes-Benz of Kansas City Food Truck Showdown!
On Saturday, September 13, 2014 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Mercedes-Benz of Kansas City invites everyone to join us at our dealership, located at 13851 Madison Avenue Kansas City, MO 64145, to come out and help raise money for the Harvesters. Five local Kansas City food trucks will be setup onsite and serving their tastiest meals. For just a $2.00 donation you can select a meal from any one of the five championship trucks or try all five for $10.00!
100% of Every Donation Will Go to the Harvesters!
Not only is the Mercedes-Benz of Kansas City Food Truck Showdown an opportunity to come out and enjoy a delicious meal all while supporting a great local cause, but this event will also be host to music and of course world-class automobiles! So mark your calendars and bring your friends, family and neighbors out to Mercedes-Benz of Kansas City on September 13th. Can you think of a better way to spend lunch? We can’t! Do you have more questions about this event? Contact a Mercedes-Benz of Kansas City professional online or by phone at (816) 943-7000 today.
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Mercedes-Benz of Kansas City is part of the Kansas City Community and we are proud to be supporting Harvesters in their efforts to fulfill their mission:
“to feed the hungry today and work to end hunger tomorrow.”
As this area's only food bank, Harvesters is a clearinghouse for the collection and distribution of food and related household products. We've been helping people in need since 1979 by:
To learn more about the Harvesters, visit them online at www.harvesters.org.