The High Point Arts Council and Hope Truck Food Co. are partnering together to feed you and your soul at music concerts at the Centennial Station Arts Center!

Starting Mar. 12 at the St. Paddy’s Party at Centennial Station, the Hope Truck will be on site in front of the Arts Center to take your orders starting at 6:00 p.m. And for every meal that is bought, Hope Truck will donate a meal to someone in need. Together we can help fight hunger in our region – still considered one of the most food insecure areas in the nation.

You don’t have to attend the concert to buy a meal from Hope Truck. You can order a take-out and feel good in the knowledge that you are helping other people eat!

The Hope Truck will be at the Centennial Station Arts Center starting at 6:00 p.m. on:

Thurs., Mar. 12   St. Paddy’s Party featuring Banna

Fri., Mar. 27       Shaggin’ at the Station featuring Envision

Thurs., April 2       JAM Kick Off featuring Multiple Intelligence Band

For more information about the menu and Hope Truck Food Co., visit their website at http://hopetruckfoodco.com/.  The Centennial Station Arts Center is located in downtown High Point at 121 S. Centennial Street.

Buy One, Give One … See you at the Station!

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