The Cheese Plate PDX Kickstarter – Let’s Make Some Food Cart Dreams Come True!
On February 16th, 2014 Nick and Carina, owners of The Cheese Plate PDX Food Cart launched a Kickstarter project hoping to raise 12,000 dollars so that they could build a cheese and specialty food shop onto the end of their Food Cart.
This Kickstarter project runs through early Sunday morning March 16th at 7:00 AM PDT.
On March 6th Carina and Nick’s Kickstarter hit the hoped for $12,000! They achieved their main goal with 9 days to go!
A Stage For Music and Plants and Flowers!
With time remaining on their Kickstarter project, Carina and Nick decided to set some stretch goals. If they get to $14,000 They will build a stage for music at the 23rd and Alberta Food Cart Pod that the whole neighborhood will be blessed by. If they hit $16,000 they will invest in plants and flowers and improve their part of Alberta. I am not at all surprised that their first two stretch goals include items that will bless others.
Let’s Get Carina and Nick to $16,000 before Sunday Morning March 16th at 7:00 PDT.
I have donated to this Kickstarter and I am asking you to do the same! Let’s get that stage built! Let’s make Food Cart dreams come true!
Here is a link to Nick and Carina’s Kickstarter page –
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