Will Pettis, owner of Will & Pops 2.0 food truck, talks about the opportunity to give back to the community at a Food Truck Rodeo hosted by the RDU Food Mobile Association. Area food trucks feed approximately 250 people at the Raleigh Salvation Army shelter. Thomasi McDonald tmcdonald@newsobserver.com
Will Pettis, owner of Will & Pops 2.0 food truck, talks about the opportunity to give back to the community at a Food Truck Rodeo hosted by the RDU Food Mobile Association. Area food trucks feed approximately 250 people at the Raleigh Salvation Army shelter. Thomasi McDonald tmcdonald@newsobserver.com

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