Wednesday, September 4, 2013
With a fleet of more than 30 trucks on the roads of Charleston daily, Limehouse Produce has strived to find a fun, visual way to showcase their customers, farmers and products on these driving billboards. Working with designer Gil Shuler, they have now produced several wrapped vehicles that showcase everything from the fields at Rosebank Farms, to fresh local produce like eggplant and blackberries, to the vegetable plate at FIG. As a throwback to the original hand painted trucks they once used, Limehouse Produce is excited to launch the newest of the fleet — a series of cartoon style produce that are fun and whimsical characters.
As they celebrate the production of the new truck, they also kickoff a fun “Find the Truck” campaign. For this promotion, people around the Charleston area, once they see a truck, can snap a photograph and post to either the company’s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Limehouse-Produce/145010405572579) or on Instagram (@limehouselocal). One lucky person who submits an image will be randomly selected each week until Sept. 27 to receive items like:
• Tickets to the BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival Launch Party
• Tickets to the CRA Taste of Charleston
• Popular Limehouse Produce trucker hat
• Bag of fresh produce
Anyone can submit photos and there is also no limit to the amount that one post to the sites. Limehouse Produce does ask that all photos are done parked and not while driving a vehicle.
A major community benefactor over the years, Limehouse Produce Company has been providing farmed produce and products to the Charleston area for more than 70 years. Listening and responding to their hundreds customer needs, they also find the best products around the world for chefs to showcase on their menus. Regardless of season, Limehouse Produce can source fresh, quality produce from one of their 70+ “local” farmers around the country.
To learn more about Limehouse Produce, visit www.limehouseproduce.com or call 843-556-3400.
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