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  1. Here’s Why This Food Truck Takes Your Cash and Gives You Nothing

    June 17, 2014

    Minnesota beer company Finnegans has a ‘reverse’ vehicle that collects nonperishable items and money for hungry citizens.  you’ve ever been in Los Angeles on a Friday or Saturday night after the clubs on Sunset and Hollywood boulevards shut down, you’ll witness an incredible phenomenon: hordes of hungry people descending on food trucks parked on the streets. […]

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    Reverse Food Truck Takes in Food to Feed The Hungry

    June 17, 2014

    When an idea’s time has come, everything seems to fall into place. Such is the case with Finnegans Reverse Food Truck (RFT). Last December, Finnegans (a brewery, more below) founder Jacquie Berglund was in a meeting with her pro bono advertising team at Martin Williams

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    Neatorama: The Reverse Food Truck

    May 31, 2014

    A food truck is a mobile kitchen where you go to get food. A reverse food truck is a place to go and donate food and money. Finnegans, a brewery in Minneapolis, made one in order to help feed hungry people in the Upper Midwest. Martin Williams, the company’s pro bono ad agency, proposed the […]

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    Huffington Post: The ‘Reverse’ Food Truck Is A Solution That Every City Should Voraciously Eat Up

    May 30, 2014

    The Huffington Post  | By Eleanor Goldberg   “Prepare yourself to meet your new favorite food truck, except don’t expect to get any savory treats from this mobile operation. Launched in March, Finnegans “Reverse Food Truck” hopes to collect $50,000 in food and donations over the course of seven months by riding around Minnesota in a bright green vehicle and […]

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  5. ABC News: Minnesota Food Truck Doesn’t Sell Meals, But Accepts Them

    May 30, 2014

    May 29, 2014 By JOANNA PRISCO via GOOD MORNING AMERICA “A Minnesota food truck is filling local hearts with joy without striking up a single burner. That’s because Finnegans Reverse Food Truck doesn’t actually serve meals. But it will gladly accept them. The giant green mobile is a charity drive on wheels, collecting non-perishables and monetary […]

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