If you're interested in following the city's food truck movement but aren't so Twitter savvy, not to worry: You can now "like" the Phoenix Street Food Coalition on Facebook (And if you're not that FB savvy either, best of luck to you.)
Stay in-the-know about the organization's events like the Mobile Food Court at the Downtown Phoenix Public Market on Fridays, and you'll be a food truck-chaser in no time.
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