Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Food Depository launches 'Spot Our Truck' social media challenge

Every day, the Greater Chicago Food Depository distributes around 200,000 pounds of food across Cook County with its fleet of more than 40 vehicles, including the Producemobile, Mobile Pantry, Sprinter vans, and semi trucks. On any given day, a Food Depository truck might be making a delivery in far southern Sauk Village, while another might be driving through the Lakeview neighborhood, or even north suburban Schaumburg.

When you see one of our trucks in your neighborhood, we want you to tell us! If you see a Food Depository truck on the road or in your neighborhood in October, take a picture and share it with us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram using the hashtag #BigGreenTruck. Individuals who have shared a photo with us will be entered into a weekly drawing for a Food Depository t-shirt!

Rules: Social media posts must use the hashtag #BigGreenTruck, must tag the Food Depository, must be public, and must mention where the vehicle was seen. Users can post as many photos as they would like, but will only be counted once for the weekly t-shirt drawing. Entries do not roll over to the following week. Please refrain from taking photos of Food Depository vehicles while driving. Winners will be chosen on 10/11, 10/18, 10/25, and 11/1.

Connect with the Food Depository on Twitter at @FoodDepository, on Facebook, and on Instagram at FoodDepository.

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