September 11, 2012
TASTE OF THE TRUCKS ON THE NORTH SHORE
Popular street vendor food trucks take over Park Royal North for the first time!
WEST VANCOUVER, B.C. – Park Royal is excited to host three of Vancouver’s most renowned street food vendors: RimFoodBaht, Zebite and Le Tigre Cuisine. This will mark the first time that these street food vendor trucks have left downtown Vancouver’s core in order to bring their amazing food to the North Shore. This event is perfect for anyone who loves the street vendor trucks but hates driving and parking downtown in order to taste their amazing food.
- You don’t need to fight for parking as you can park for free at Park Royal and easily access the street food vendor trucks
- Start your evening off right by visiting each of the street food vendor trucks and purchasing your favourite foods
- Stop by Cupcake Vineyards’ wine lounge and indulge in a complimentary glass of wine, which is sure to pair well with the delicious food
- Take a break and enjoy Noah Nine as they play top 40s and reggae music
- For anyone heading to the Sarah McLachlan concert that night, Park Royal’s got you covered with a shuttle bus that will take you right to the concert. Shuttle tickets must be purchased in advance from Ticketmaster for $5.
Foodies everywhere won’t want to miss out on this amazing event!
For more information, visit shopparkroyal.com/campaigns/taste-trucks-north-shore or voicesinthepark.com/transportation.
WHAT: Media are invited to Taste of the Trucks on the North Shore
WHEN: Saturday, September 15, 2012 from 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM
WHERE: Park Royal North parking lot, in front of The Gap (main entrance)
RSVP: Please RSVP to email@example.com by Friday, September 14
About Park Royal
Home to over 280 stores and services, Park Royal and The Village at Park Royal feature 1.2 million square feet of high quality retail. Situated at the foot of the landmark Lions Gate Bridge and minutes from downtown Vancouver, Park Royal and The Village at Park Royal are at the forefront of fashion and retail in the Lower Mainland. Learn more at shopparkroyal.com.