Food Truck Rally continues at Pike Fire Department | Food

Pike Fire Department to host Food Truck Rally

PIKE — The Pike Fire Department is offering a taste of food and fun that has been lost in the past year of the COVID-19 pandemic, with a Food Truck Rally taking place through Sunday.

The department is hosting 15 food trucks in its parking lot, 67 Main St., Pike. Hours are noon to 8 p.m. Saturday and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday.

Vendors will serve different types of food, including pizza, popcorn, tacos, corn dogs, fries, waffles, fried dough and more.

Fowler’s Taffy will serve taffy, cinnamon candy apples, caramel apples, cotton candy, and fresh shaken lemonade.

“The event is open to the public. There are no tables to sit at, so people can either grab their food and go or stand and talk with their friends. Wear you mask and come out to support the vendors,” said Pike Fire Department Assistant Chief and Fair Liaison Doug Anderson.

Due to the lack of county fairs, festivals, and other outdoor events since last year, the Pike Fire Department decided to try and help local food trucks gain back some revenue with a rally.

Pop-in-Bob’s Kettle Corn serves freshly popped old fashioned kettle corn. Top Cat Concessions will be serving grab-and-go fair-style food. Grab a taco or a corn dog and enjoy the nice weather.

“Come out and support the food trucks. Get some fair food and help the vendors get ready for the fairs this year,” said Anderson. “We’re here to help the food trucks.”

Those who can’t make the event and wish to still support food trucks, can check out Fowler’s online store at, which opened Friday.

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