Ashley Miller, right, of Cool Breeze Shaved Ice, hands an icy treat to Camille Cunningham of Beaufort on Saturday, June 22, 2014, during the inaugural Beaufort Food Truck Fest hosted by ARTworks at the Beaufort Town Center Pavilion. Benita Gamble, the organizer of a May food truck festival wants the city of Beaufort to waive business fees for participants.
Ashley Miller, right, of Cool Breeze Shaved Ice, hands an icy treat to Camille Cunningham of Beaufort on Saturday, June 22, 2014, during the inaugural Beaufort Food Truck Fest hosted by ARTworks at the Beaufort Town Center Pavilion. Benita Gamble, the organizer of a May food truck festival wants the city of Beaufort to waive business fees for participants. Staff photo
Ashley Miller, right, of Cool Breeze Shaved Ice, hands an icy treat to Camille Cunningham of Beaufort on Saturday, June 22, 2014, during the inaugural Beaufort Food Truck Fest hosted by ARTworks at the Beaufort Town Center Pavilion. Benita Gamble, the organizer of a May food truck festival wants the city of Beaufort to waive business fees for participants. Staff photo

Meals on wheels: Food Truck Festival draws a crowd to the Town Center Pavilion

June 21, 2014 07:25 PM

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