I-5 Self Storage, Gourmet Food Trucks Host Benefit for Laura's House Charity

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I-5 Self Storage teamed with gourmet food trucks to host the Orange County Food Truck Faire to benefit Laura's House Charity. The event took place at the storage facility in Tustin, Calif.

Laura's House Charity assists individuals and families by providing shelter, counseling and education. In addition, Laura's House Emergency Shelter Programs provides clinical services to children, including psychosocial assessments, educational activities, counseling and tutoring.

"What better way to support the community than by sharing a delicious meal with friends and neighbors from your favorite local food trucks," said I-5 owner Randy Scott Wong. "Participants had such a great time sharing their opinions and unique gourmet creations with one another."

A portion of the proceeds from the day's sales was presented to Laura's House from each of the food trucks, which included local legends Dos Chinos, Rolling Sushi Van, The Flip Truck, Komodo, Mun-chee 5, Slap Fish, Oh for sweetsake, Baconmania, Longboards, Dogzilla, The OCFoodTruck, Kona Ice and the Chomp Chomp Truck. Additionally, tickets for Dodger's games including VIP parking were raffled off by I-5 with 100 percent of the proceeds donated to Laura's House.

"It continues to be a challenging economy for both businesses and individuals alike," said Wong. “Our staff and partners feel it’s particularly critical and beneficial to help others and give back to the community during these times."

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