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The Great Food Truck Race: Season 2, Arizona Nominees

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Last night we viewed episode 3, season 1 of The Great Food Truck Race on The Food Network. Hosted by Tyler Florence, the show features seven food truck crews who compete on a six -week journey, selling their goodies in six city stops across the country. As season 1 rolls along, plans for season 2 are now on the road.

Four nominees from Arizona are racing for that chance to compete: Truckin'Good Food (Phoenix), Short Leash Hot Dog (Phoenix), Frostybottom Café (Greer), and Planet of the crepes (Summerhaven) need our votes.

Follow the jump for link to vote.

Jeff Kraus of Truckin' Good Food looks at the competition as a great way to bring awareness and recognition to the growing legitimacy of food trucks outside of cities like Portland, Los Angeles and New York.

Anyone can submit a nomination. More importantly, anyone can vote. None of the Arizona nominees currently rank in the top ten. We challenge Phoenix food lovers to help change that.

Click on the link to vote for your Arizona Food Truck favorite. You get 10 votes per day. Your vote will help your Food Truck favorite win a chance to appear in season 2 AND a chance for YOU to win a trip to NYC for The Wine and Food Festival. Clearly, worth a chance for a win-win!

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