New Orleans tourism promoters expecting great results from the new food truck

In a bid to get some attention from likely visitors, the promoters of the New Orleans tourism, on Friday, said that their Follow Your NOLA food truck looks to stand out from the clamor of marketing messages and advertising which bombard people in multimedia age. To an extent it did attract a lot of curiosity from people among the crowds going to the Jazz festival.

Kept in the parking lot at the Grand Route St. John and Esplanade Avenue, near the Fairgrounds, the food truck was the setting for the Victory Belles singing trio from the National World War II Museum, Hot 8 Brass Band trumpeter Alvarez "B.I.G. Al" Huntley, cooking demonstrations by Borgne Executive Chef Brian Landry and Blackfoot Hunters Mardi Gras Indian Chief Donald Claude.

New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporations president Mark Romig told that they believe that it is a good use of their resources, to do it in a different way, because they have got to break through the clutter of advertising these days. The New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation added the food truck for the very first time this year to their annual summer and spring advertising pushed at boosting tourism. Mark added that this is taking advantage of the rave around food trucks, and it is like a moving billboard.
Next week the truck would make 3 stops in Texas - Houston on 6th May, Austin on 8th May and Dallas on 10th May. It would stop for 6 hours in each place.