About Our Food Truck Adventure
A StrEats began by identifying a market opportunity from an existing pain point: There was no legal or financially viable way for multiple food trucks to operate in unison in Prince William County. In 2015 the first and largest Prince William County food truck event, the Woodbridge Food Truck Festival launched at Gar-Field Senior High School, and has grown into multiple festivals, food truck event planning/catering, mobile food advocacy and VA StrEats.
VA StrEats was founded on the idea of bringing communities together through amazing shared food experiences and believes in finding win-win situations for the vendors, cities and the partnerships we build.
Food truck events bring together a diverse population around a shared objective: buying and serving real food — with real flavor. Food truck events can and should reward their hard-working food truck owners and other vendors for their long hours in their kitchens — and on the road — with viable attendance and sales that represent the demand in this area. All VA StrEats events will focus on maximizing vendor participation and creating highly diverse chef-driven options to the communities we partner with. Our hope and expectation is that we will combine product quality and quantity with customer diversity and delight to achieve that goal. One of the signature aspects of VA StrEats will be a diverse group of food and amenities vendors that we will work with on a regular basis.
At its core, VA StrEats believes in the power of a shared food experience to connect communities, and we work hard to maintain a shared sense of space wherever we serve. VA StrEats seeks to maintain a shared sense of space by collaborating with local businesses and communities, providing a model of cultural outreach, offering food entrepreneurial guidance and education while encouraging community development within the nurturing spirit of vibrant and bustling food truck events.