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    Food truck grand opening is July 14
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    The Moab Food Truck Park will be hosting its grand opening on Saturday, July 14 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Located in the heart of Moab at 39 W 100 N, across from Rim Cyclery, the venue will feature live music performances by No Show Cadillac, the Moab Dance Company, and other local performers.

    The Moab Food Truck Park provides a “fun, funky, fast, but fabulous food experience” for locals and visitors, according to co-owner Justin Mabey.

    The diverse line-up of vendors includes; Tacos El Gordo, Big Don’s Pizza, T-Mike’s Krusty Crab, Downtown Dawgs, Hermanos Taco Company, The Moab Waffle Company, Red Wok Kitchen Express, Delicate Donuts, and Hokulia Shave Ice.

    The food truck park was born from a partnership between J.J. Wang and Justin Mabey, whose mission is to provide a unique experience for guests and locals. The collection of food trucks will strive “to become part of the must-see places when you come to Moab. We want the experience to be top-notch, both by the taste of the food and the way that it’s received,” said Mabey.

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