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Miami Food Trucks Featured in Live With Kelly and Michael Contest

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If there was any doubt that south Florida food trucks are the best in the country, check out how many of our own local munchmobiles are vying for the title of top food truck in the Live With Kelly and Michael Truckin' Amazing Food Truck Cook-Off contest!

Three local food trucks (out of 20 in the entire country) are finalists in the contest. The winning food truck chefs get flown to New York City to cook on-air for Kelly and Michael!

Out of hundreds of entries, only 20 were chosen to make a video for Kelly and Michael. Now's your chance to show the country that Miami has the absolute best food truck by voting for your home town favorite now through 8 p.m. tomorrow, May 18.

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We spoke with Brian Mullins of Ms. Cheezious, who's one of the finalists. He said that he's "so excited to represent the food trucks in Miami". Click on the link for each food truck to watch their entry video, then choose your favorite and vote here before the deadline. Remember you only have one vote -- so make it count and let's get a Miami food truck to the Big Apple!

BC Taco's Brett Chiavari pleads his case for The Gatherer, his fried avocado taco.

Ms. Cheezious' Brian Mullins wants Kelly and Michael to salivate over his house smoked BBQ pork melt.

Mojo on the Go's Mike Logan temps the show hosts with his fresh ceviche.

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