Of course it’s a glorious day in Boston media when anyone decides to run a full-page ad in both local dailies, given how often the thirsty local tabloid is overlooked by marketers.
So mark today on your calendar, since this ad appears in both the Boston Globe and the Boston Herald.
Apparently, the best part of Facebook is located here.
The obvious question is, what the truck is that?
Fortunately, Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise reporter Cheryl Cuddahy explains in this piece.
Like a good food truck? You’re in luck
Rolling hills and vistas are your view as you unplug for a while and enjoy food of every style and culture at the second annual Clustertruck Food Truck Festival coming to Lancaster [next week].
More than 25 food trucks and 35 mobile businesses from around New England will converge on Kalon Farm to serve, fresh, locally sourced foods and to sell their artisan crafts.
The Clustertruck Food Truck Festival will be celebrated Saturday, Aug. 25, from noon to 6 p.m., at Kalon Farm, scenically located at 339 Seven Bridge Road, Route 117.
The festivities will include food, wine, artisans, and contributions to local charities. What’s not included is Facebook’s connection to the event beyond this one sentence: “For more information on The Clustertruck Food Truck Festival, visit www.theclustertruck.com or find the festival on Facebook.”
So we trundled over to the Clustertruck website but we still don’t get why Facebook is spending tens of thousands of dollars to advertise that particular festival. Business Insider ran this piece in April about Facebook’s Here Together campaign in the wake of the Cambridge Analytical scandal, but so far at least, we can’t find anything on Get Together.
Truck us, eh?