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A New Weekly Food Truck Event: Washington Wednesdays at CO+HOOTS

By now your food truck schedule should be getting pretty full, but make room for one more weekly locale to hit up. CO+HOOTS has announced they'll be hosting a pair of food trucks every week in conjunction with their weekly midweek business advisement sessions.

One of the newest Valley trucks has found a weekly home already -- and he's partnering up with a hometown favorite.

See also: - CO+HOOTS to Join SEEDspot on Newly Dubbed "Washington Row" - Gilbert Food Truck Court to Re-Launch This Friday, Jan. 18 - Chow Bella's One-Stop Guide to Metro Phoenix Food Trucks: When and Where to Find Them

The newly dubbed Washington Wednesday event will go down at CO+HOOTS, 1027 East Washington Street, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. as Hao Bao and Luncha Libre serve up mobile eats.

In addition to noshing on Chinese soul food or Arizona-inspired fare, diners can swing by the weekly Midweek Mindtweek. Next week's event will feature freelance book & blog Ghostwriter, Joey Robert Parks teaching "How to Write an Effective 'About Us' Page."

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According to a press release, CO+HOOTS hopes to add more trucks to the line-up in the future.

For more food truck events check out Chow Bella's One-Stop Guide to Metro Phoenix Food Trucks: When and Where to Find Them

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