FLINT, Michigan— Flint and surrounding communities are invited to support small businesses by attending “Food Truck Sundays,” every Sunday from 3 to 6 p.m. until Sunday, October 31, in the DDA parking lot in downtown Flint, on the corner of Saginaw and Kearsley Streets.
Food Truck Sundays are in response to the success of the city of Flint’s first ‘Food Truck Friday’ event that was on Friday, September 17. These are outdoor, weather permitting events for the entire family with kid-friendly activities and music by DJ Paradise.
“We want to continue to find ways to connect our small business owners with the Flint community in an effort to support and promote economic growth through engaging events,” said Mayor Sheldon Neeley. “We have some amazing entrepreneurs in the food truck industry right here in Flint.”
The Department of Economic Development planned this event in collaboration with the Downtown Development Authority as a way to engage, support, and promote local businesses in Flint as part of the “Enjoy. Shop. Love. FLINT – Support small businesses” initiative.
Food Truck Sundays
3 to 6 p.m.
October 10, 17, 24, & 31, 2021
DDA parking lot in downtown Flint on the corner of Saginaw and Kearsley Streets
The City of Flint will continue to collect information regarding food truck businesses located in the city of Flint in an ongoing effort to support all small business industries. Interested food truck vendors can fill out the Food Truck Submission Form to be added to future economic development communications.
Flint entrepreneurs looking for support and resources for their small business can contact Samantha Fountain with the city of Flint Economic Development Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or (810) 237-2013.