White Castle obsessed Harold and Kumar are celebrating the pre-release of their new movie, A Very Harold & Kumar 3-D Christmas by rolling out to college campuses in their very own munchie truck.
The truck is set to roll out to Miami on October 28, delivering early Christmas presents to wasted little co-eds, including munchies, "killer schwag", and passes to the movie. So where, exactly will the truck be?
From now until October 25, visit the Harold and Kumar Facebook page to vote for your favorite school.
Or you can Tweet hashtag #HK3D, followed by the hashtag for your favorite school:
University of Miami #UMhasthemunchies
Florida International University #FIUhasthemunchies
No word on whether the Munchie Truck will be giving away White Castles, but if there's a Santa, that's what we're wishing for.
Update: BTTR roundup has been cancelled due to the weather.
BTTR Tonight from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Free parking and over two dozen trucks including Catered Bliss,
CheeseMe,The Chill Stop,
Dog Eat Dog,
Eat Where You Are,
Feverish Ice Cream,
Happy Greek Chef on 4 Wheels,
Latin House Grill,
The MexZican Gourmet,
Nacho Mama's, Purple People Eatery,
The Red Koi, The Rolling Stove,
Slow Food Truck, and
Sugar Yummy Mama. BTTR, NE 127th Street and Biscayne Boulevard, North Miami
Tropical Park roundup has been cancelled due to the weather. Food trucks at Tropical Park tonight from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Free parking, but pets and glass containers are not allowed. Trucks include 90 Miles,
Chamo's on Wheels,
CubanCube, Dim Ssam a Gogo,
Grill Master Cafe,
Latin House Grill,
Overload Extreme Street Food,
Pardo's Grill, Pig Out,
The Pork Shop,
The Real Chill,
Tango Grill, and
That's A Wrap. Tropical Park, 7900 Bird Road, Miami
Dinner on Dixie in West Palm Beach is the first weekly food truck roundup in Palm Beach county. Trucks serving dinner from 6 to 10 p.m. include 4 Alarm Pizza,
The Fire Within,
Out of Many,
Press'd Street Food,
Stocked N Loaded. 1800 Block of South Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach
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