D9 Technologies hosts a Food Truck Friday event

One week ago, D9 Technologies hosted a Food Truck Friday event benefitting Pink Ribbon Girls (PRG).

The event took place at the main office of D9, located at 701 W. National Rd. in Englewood, OH. The day started early with donuts from Jim’s Donuts in Vandalia and coffee donated from Boston Stoker available for donation.

The PRG branded Fire Truck arrived, which always attracts attention. Photos and merch were sold and provided to be a success.

The Wild Banana food truck showed up in time for lunch, selling smoothies and smoothie bowls. Despite the cooler temps, they still were cranking out options that were not only pretty but tasked amazing!

A generous donation from Mike Sell’s allowed us to give away their newest additions to their flavor arsenal, Pizza Puffcorn, and Salt & Lime Potato Chips. Attendees were excited about the freebies!

The chips were a great add on to the hotdogs and popcorn that we were handing out.

The newest food truck in Dayton made their debut in the Englewood area, Godown’s Fixins. Their waffle sandwiches and deep-fried mashed potatoes were delish!

At the end of the day, the event proved to be successful, and we were able to donate over $800 to PRG from food, vendor, and community donations!

Pink Ribbon Girls is a non-profit organization based in Tipp City that provides Healthy Meals, Housecleaning, Rides to Treatment, and Peer Support to individuals with breast and gynecological cancers free of charge.

To donate to Pink Ribbon Girls directly, please visit their website at PinkRibbonGirls.org or click here.