Largest Food Truck in the World Captured on Video
Stitches ‘n Dishes a leader in mobile food services, combining social networking, blogging, mobile media, press, print distribution and video, creating a buzz and a following that brings people to their favorite dishes, released video coverage of the largest food truck in the world serving more than a thousand customers.
San Francisco, CA (PRUnderground) November 21st, 2011
Stitches ‘n Dishes (http://www.stitchesndishes.com), providing news, reviews, articles, interviews, and video and print coverage in mobile foods released video coverage of the largest food truck in the world at over 20-feet tall, 100-feet long, 27 tons, and capable of cooking over 1,000 items simultaneously.
“I’ve never seen anything like this,” said Christopher Ford, Co-Founder of Stitches ‘n Dishes. “It’s got the largest grill I’ve ever seen, and there must be at least a dozen crew members on board, preparing and cooking hundreds of meals at the same time.”
Juicys, owned by Brett Enright of Corvallis, OR travels the U.S. throughout the year, stopping at fairgrounds and events began as a one-person corn dog stand in 1984, and has grown to be the leader in outdoor dining and special event food concessions. Originally, founded as Brett’s Blue Ribbon Foods, Juicys and the Juicys management team was voted the youngest independent concessionaire in the Western United States and was profiled in Amusement Business magazine.
Since then, Juicys marketplace presence continues to grow by increasing the size of the Juicys fleet and attending more events throughout the year.
Juicys has also been a known leader in designing and building customized food concession vehicles. In 2006, it earned an industry award for the Most Impressive Trailer to date. In 2008, Juicys stepped up again, and built the Outlaw Grill, which is now the world’s largest mobile grill trailer.
The monster food truck, responsible for cooking the largest hamburger in the world for the Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction, and the Alameda County Fair earlier this year, has served millions of customers across the country since 2008, and continues to be a leader in the mobile food industry.
About Stitches ‘n Dishes:
Stitches ‘n Dishes, the creation of Christopher Ford and Andrew Nicora, and inspired by “Stitch”, an American Staff. Terrier mix / Bichon Frise, provides marketing, advertising and PR services to the mobile foods industry and it provides consumers with a single source for original articles, reviews, food photography, California fairs and events, discounts, contests and giveaways.
Stitches ‘n Dishes is California’s first provider of a platform that stitches a link between food lovers, entertainment venues and mobile food operators, and the first fully dedicated marketing, advertising and development resource available to mobile food vendors in California.
Founded 1984, Juicys, voted the youngest independent concessionaire in the Western United States and profiled in Amusement Business magazine, has grown to be the leader in outdoor dining and special event food services. Originally, founded as Brett’s Blue Ribbon Foods, Juicys serves millions of customers around the United States 11 months out of the year.
Juicys, also a leader in designing and building customized food concession vehicles, earned an industry award for the Most Impressive trailer to date, and in In 2008, launched the Outlaw Grill, which is now the world’s largest mobile grill trailer.
Christopher Ford, Co-Founder
Stitches ‘n Dishes