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SoBeWFF Trucks on the Beach Ticket Giveaway, Part Two

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Woohoo! We have a winner for yesterday's trivia question! Congratulations to Chad Thorson for guessing the closest answer. If we laid out all of the ice cream sandwiches Coolhaus plans to serve at Trucks on the Beach, the closing event at this year's South Beach Wine & Food Festival, they would stretch .07 miles. (Chad guessed .064.)

Ready for another try? Short Order is offering a set of Trucks on the Beach tickets for Sunday night to the first reader who can guess the following question, without going over. The retail cost of these tix is $95 each. But you can't get em elsewhere, because the event is sold out.

How many shrimp does Fish Box expect to serve?

To post your response, "Like" us on Facebook, then add your answer on the wall in the comments section under the status update featuring this blog. The one who guesses closest by midnight tonight wins. Good luck!

We'll post the answer tomorrow, along with one last chance for you to win.

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