The Omaha Restaurant is internet hosting a meals truck rally

The Old Mattress Factory Bar and Grill teamed up with their competitors on Saturday to bring Husker fans together. The restaurant held its first ever Family Food Truck Football Rally to cheer on Nebraska’s street game. “It’s great to sit outside and watch a game.” Participant Chris Dolezal said. “They also have great food trucks, so we clearly got samples.” At a time when other Omaha restaurants were battling food trucks, Jenny Peters told Old Mattress that the event is helping everyone. “(Food trucks) bring a different element,” said Peters. “It gives everyone the opportunity to choose what they want to eat. It’s fun to see couples break up and go different ways, and one orders here and one there. “Scott Sheehan, owner of Anthony Piccolos, is a member of the new Omaha Food Truck Association. He said events like Saturday’s are the kind of things the group wants to be apart from. “It helps us bring us together,” Sheehan said. “This is one of our first rallies so we’re learning a lot about how to run a rally, how to park the trucks, how to work with organizers, how to work with marketing and things like that.” When the inaugural rally event is a sign for the Husker fans to be ready for seconds. “We’re still working on the food, so we’ll find something that is the best,” said Dolezal. Saturday’s event could be one of the last big events of the season, many relax for the winter.

The Old Mattress Factory Bar and Grill teamed up with their competitors on Saturday to bring Husker fans together.

The restaurant held its first Family Food Truck Football Rally to cheer on Nebraska’s street game.

“It’s great to sit outside and watch a game,” said participant Chris Dolezal. “Plus they have great food trucks so we clearly got samples.”

At a time when other Omaha restaurants have been battling food trucks, Jenny Peters told Old Mattress the event was helping everyone.

“(Food trucks) bring a different element,” Peters said. “It gives everyone the opportunity to choose what they want to eat. It’s fun to see couples break up and go different ways, and one orders here and one there. “

Scott Sheehan, owner of Anthony Piccolos, is a member of the new Omaha Food Truck Association. He said events like Saturday’s are the kind of things the group wants to be apart from.

“It helps bring us together,” Sheehan said. “This is one of our first rallies. So we’re learning a lot about how to run a rally, how to park the trucks, how to work with organizers, how to do marketing and things like that.”

If the opening event shows any signs of it, Husker fans will be ready for seconds.

“We’re still working on the food, so we’ll find something that is the best,” said Dolezal.

The Saturday event could be one of the last big events of the season as many wind down for winter.

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