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Toyota of Dothan’s Food Truck Face Off Raises Funds for Special Olympics

DOTHAN, AL – (WDNews) The first annual Food Truck Face Off hosted by Toyota of Dothan on Thursday evening, May 16, turned out to be an incredible success, combining fun and philanthropy in support of the local Special Olympics. Seven food trucks lined up to participate in the friendly competition, offering a variety of delicious foods to an enthusiastic crowd.

A portion of the evening’s earnings, 5% from each food truck, was dedicated to funding the Special Olympics, amounting to a notable contribution. In a generous act, Toyota of Dothan added an extra $4,000, bringing the total raised to $4,385.

The community came out to enjoy the festivities, which included a lively DJ, corn hole games, and an array of mouth-watering food. Kids were seen having a great time, with many moments of dancing and laughter. Owners John and Meredith Mitchell were also in attendance, with Mr. Mitchell even spotted dancing with the children, adding a personal touch to the event.

Left to Right: Angelia Turner, John Mitchell, Walter Hill, Meredith Mitchell, Earnie Faulk, David Crutchfield 

Greek Street food truck captured the People’s Choice Award, while Wok N Soul emerged victorious in the overall face off. Local Commissioner David Crutchfield was present, showing his support for the community and the cause.

The event not only highlighted the spirit of camaraderie and competition but also underscored the community’s commitment to supporting a worthy cause. The successful turnout and generous donations ensured a memorable evening for all involved.