Posted: 23 October 2014
Meet Tate & Sarah Tullier
We arrived in Louisiana and we needed rest before we started driving westward again. Tate & Sarah Tullier offered their place for us to stay overnight. We were greeted with true Southern hospitality and Sarah made chicken and sausage gumbo. We were excited to sample Louisiana’s famous dish - and even better, homemade gumbo! My gosh, we were so hungry and we helped ourselves with 3 servings EACH! Delish!
Many of you have already heard about Tate's work, Tate Tullier Photography. We first met him when he was hired as a photographer for a wedding in South Dakota in 2006 and we hired him to take photos of our kids. He took beautiful photos of our kids and his photos of our kids, to this day, still remain among our favorites. We have followed his works since then. He is so talented that he is in great demand and sought after. His work had appeared in numerous magazines and our friends' photo albums. Check out his amazing work at www.tatetullier.com
Photo credit: Sarah DesHotels Tullier
It was a rare moment where we were able to relax and talk about business. We share common areas - having life partners operating a business together, having a large hearing client base, ways of navigating and removing communication barriers, and of course we both have Convo Lights in our businesses!
Thank you for your charming Southern hospitality.
Photo Credit: Tate Tullier Photography
Posted: 21 October 2014
So Long, Florida
We had wonderful time in Florida. So many things happened within few days after our arrival. Between signing paper works, learning how to operate the mobile pizzeria and participating in Food Truck Wars, it was really hectic. We had big help from Russ' uncle Ken. Thank you Uncle Ken.
We know Florida is famous for their beaches. We finally had a chance to relax a bit on the beach with friends in St. Augustine. I had no idea how beautiful St. Augustine is when weather is perfect. The last time we visited st. Augustine the rain poured hard and we didn't hit the beach at that time.
We wanted to thank D'Angelo family for taking good care of us for few days. We couldn't have done the food truck war without them. You are superstars.
The following day we started driving westward and we drove through 4 states- Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisana. The GPS estimated that we would drive 8 hours to the final destination but actually it took us 12 hours. It is not easy driving almost 24,000 pounds vehicle.
Next up is Louisana. Stay tuned for tomorrow's post.
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Posted: 19 October 2014
St. Augustine, FL: At Food Truck Wars
PHOTO CREDIT: Senelle Jenkins
Mozzeria participated in FoodTruckWars in St. Augustine, FL on Saturday, 18th. The area surrounding the truck was like a Deaf club as some people even brought their folding chairs and camped out!
Guess what? We won the most prestigious award "People's Choice" at FoodTruckWars on Saturday, Oct 18th! Voting is done by patrons at the event who voted based for Mozzeria based on overall - food, the look of the food truck and sense of community.
Numerous chefs came to the Mozzeria Mobile Pizzeria to chat with the co-owners.
So FoodTruckWars was a good start for us! And thank you for all your support! Keep posted for more to come!
Posted: 17 October 2014
Mozzeria: The Reveal
The Mozzeria Project
WHERE YOU CAN FIND US:
> See Us This Saturday at Food Truck Wars, in St. Augustine! - Click Here
> Mozzeria Launches Mobile Pizzeria - Click Here
Posted: 16 October 2014
Eastern time + signatures + happy & compelling couple = ??? MOZZERIA!! Easy answer right?