TAMPA, Fla. - Nearly 100 food trucks lined up in Tampa, Florida for what was called the "World's Largest Food Truck Parade and Rally," Saturday.
Ninety-nine food trucks rolled into the city to break Miami's record of 62 food trucks that were set at the Magic City Casino in April.
"I want to be known as the foodie capital and the king of the food truck movement," said Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn.
Vendors from Orlando, Sarasota and other parts of the state served everything from lobster sandwiches to Thai barbecue chicken.
No word yet from Guinness World Records.
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