And the Winners of the Street Eats Food Truck Festival Tickets Are....

The results are in! We've got two pairs of tickets for Saturday's Street Eats Food Truck Festival and we're ready to give them away.

The winners are Jessica Crouse and Heather Anderson.
Find out all about Jessica and Heather's dream food trucks after the jump.

Jessica was our very first entrant. She writes: "My dream food truck will serve hot foods made with fresh and flavorful ingredients.  Some of the best tacos and kebab skewers I've ever had were out of food trucks on the side of the road."
Indeed, Jessica! Congrats.
Heather's our kinda girl, too.
"My dream food truck would be one that follows me around all day and serves Mexican food, sushi, and ice cream. But not all on the same plate."
Nice! Have fun Saturday, you two. For details about the festival, go here.

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