Hundreds of area cheer and pom teams gathered at Chaparral High School for a chance to compete for a berth in the state tournament early next year.
Teams competed in various pom- and cheer-related events, and enjoyed snacks from the Mustache Pretzels food truck in between events.
The Mustache Pretzels food truck, which features hand-rolled soft pretzels shaped like handlebar mustaches, is based in the Scottsdale area, and…
Friends and neighbors in the 32nd St Corridor of Phoenix enjoyed pretzels, pizzas, waffles, and fashion at the Food and Fashion truck Festival on Tuesday, October 18th.
The bi-weekly festival, held on the first and third Tuesday of each month, runs from 5-730p, and features a rotating cast of local food trucks and mobile boutiques.
Photo collages shared on Instagram inform area residents of which mobile merchants will…
The Mustache Pretzels Food Truck served its signature mustache-shaped, hand-rolled soft pretzels at Kyrene del Cielo Elementary School’s Spring Festival on Saturday, February 27th.
The annual festival drew over 800 guests, who enjoyed carnival games, raffles, and of course, food trucks.
“The pretzels were awesome,” said one parent, “my son wanted more to take home!”
Above, the mustache pretzels truck serves a customer.
Matthew Baudek, general manager…
People ask me all the time, “What’s the most rewarding part of running your business?”
Well, if you want the simple answer:
Kidding, of course (although we do like money).
It’s this: The most rewarding part about what we do everyday is seeing people get excited about something we’ve created. The best feeling I’ve ever had at work was the first time somebody walked up to…
It’s October of 2014, and our happy little food truck is eastbound and barreling down Rt 202 on a warm, windy day, approaching the 101 exit. We’re heading to food truck night at Chaparral Elementary in Gilbert.
Now, at this stage of the truck’s evolution, the passenger-side mirror shook violently once we’d hit about 30 MPH, leaving the health and safety of ourselves and others…
According to a recent article published by AZcentral.com, Phoenix area residents now enjoy food trucks.
Food trucks, per the article, serve up “street cuisine” and “tasty treats” across the Valley.
Trucks frequently promote service and event times via social media, per the article.
Some trucks, however, are prone to explosion, which can lead to health and safety issues.
Experts recommend avoiding trucks that are actively on fire or exploding…
The Mustache Pretzels food truck made an appearance at Phoenix Central High School’s choir performance last night. A portion of the truck’s sales went back to the school’s choir.
“It was a good time,” said truck manager Zach Olsen, “and a great location for me, since I live in Phoenix.”
Students enjoyed the scratch-baked soft pretzels, which are shaped like handlebar mustaches (below).
The Mustache Pretzels food truck was the center of attention at Tuesday’s Employee Appreciation Day at the Hyatt Regency Phoenix.
“We were so excited to have the truck come out,” said event coordinator Darcy C., “everybody loved the pretzels.”
“I think they cleaned us out of business cards,” shift manager Matthew Baudek, of Phoenix, said, “hopefully that leads to more good things!”
Zach Olsen manned the prep table for…
The Mustache Pretzels food truck served up its signature hand-rolled soft pretzels shaped like handlebar mustaches on Saturday, 9/26, at the San Tan Youth Football League’s opening day ceremony.
Event organizer Jenny Neville called the event a “huge success.”
“Everything went really well,” Neville said, “it was a huge success, and the kids loved the pretzels.”
Mustache Pretzels owner Greg Golden was on site for the event…
The Mustache Pretzels food truck served the staffs of two iconic local hotels last week.
On Wednesday, September 16th, employees of the W Hotel in Old Town Scottsdale (below) were treated to an afternoon snack as part of their property’s Employee Appreciation Week.
“Bringing a food truck in is great for these events,” said The W’s operations manager, “because we want to have food for our employees…