San Antonio Spurs hit the streets with newly-announced food truck

SAN ANTONIO, UNITED STATES: David Robinson of the San Antonio Spurs (with trophy) along with teammates and family members ride a tour barge down the San Antonio River 27 June 1999 as they celebrate their win in the NBA Finals with a river parade. (PAUL BUCK/AFP via Getty Images)
SAN ANTONIO, UNITED STATES: David Robinson of the San Antonio Spurs (with trophy) along with teammates and family members ride a tour barge down the San Antonio River 27 June 1999 as they celebrate their win in the NBA Finals with a river parade. (PAUL BUCK/AFP via Getty Images)
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Does any team love their city as much as the San Antonio Spurs? This newly-announced food truck should certainly sway your opinion.

The San Antonio Spurs are synonymous with the city they hail from. Nevermind the fact that it’s the main show in town with most other professional sports residing in different cities in Texas — The Spurs’ organization is proud of its roots in San Antonio and always seeks new ways to represent the fanbase it cherishes so dearly.

This relationship is represented in many ways. Earlier this week, the Spurs opened the AT&T Center (well, the parking lot) or a voter registration event to ensure San Antonians have a fair opportunity to vote. They’ve released Fiesta medals annually to keep up with the city’s rich tradition, even in the midst of a pandemic. Now, they’re bringing the flavor of San Antonio on the road with a brand new Spurs food truck by San Antonians for San Antonians.

Bought a food truck…

To do list:-learn to drive -learn to cook-get hair net https://t.co/4cje2N7uvL

— The Coyote | VOTE! (@SpursCoyote) September 17, 2020

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It was announced today that the Spurs Street Eats food truck is set to hit the road beginning on October 3. It’ll have a rotating menu that showcases the wonderful stylings of San Antonio’s food scene that will be curated by the fanbase. For example, voters are asked to choose between Chile Poblano Nachos and a Loaded Baked Potato over Fries as the first specialty item.

The truck will be available to rent for private events and will be made available for use by local restaurants as well. It will operate four days per week at designated food truck parks throughout San Antonio.

This is a fun, creative way for the San Antonio Spurs organization to bring the gameday experience to fans who weren’t able to experience gameday after the pandemic hit. When the NBA shut down in March, so did Spurs home games and all of the unique restaurants featured at the AT&T Center. Some people believe the amazing food selection is one of the best parts of going to a Spurs home game, so the organization is using this as a way to drive interest and keep involved with the community.

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The Spurs are nothing without their fans and this is one fun way they’re showing appreciation.

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