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'Great Food Truck Race' reality show coming to Minneapolis

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If you purchase something to eat from a food truck in Minneapolis this weekend, it just may be from one in a reality TV competition.

The Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal reports that the Food Network's "The Great Food Truck Race" will be filming in Minneapolis this weekend.

The show, hosted by chef Tyler Florence, follows food trucks as they race from city to city to see who can earn the most money.

The four trucks left in the current competition -- from Los Angeles, Hawaii, St. Louis and Philadelphia -- will be coming to Minneapolis.

According to the Journal, some Minnesota food trucks plan are planning on greeting the competitors with rallies at 612Brew or Indeed Brewing Co. Saturday morning. The Minnesota Food Truck Association is helping organize the rally.

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