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Ranker.com Rates the Grilled Cheese Truck Best L.A. Food Truck for 2014

Honor Adds to Recent L.A. Grilled Cheese Invitational "People's Choice" Win

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - May 01, 2014) - Ranker.com, a crowdsourcing platform, has rated The Grilled Cheese Truck The Best L.A. Food Truck…again! The gourmet food truck previously was named L.A.'s "Best" in more than a dozen surveys and competitions.

According to Ranker.com, "Everyone in Los Angeles knows the best eats come from a truck and not a restaurant, and our list of The Best L.A. Food Trucks highlights the best of the best!" Number One on Ranker's list is The Grilled Cheese Truck: http://bit.ly/1hQ1Skg.

A platform that produces thousands of verifiable crowd-sourced answers to opinion-based questions, Ranker.com's technology powers polls on more than 2,000 websites, collecting millions of monthly user opinions that have been independently validated to predict real world outcomes, including retail food sales.

"There are some terrific names on Ranker.com's list -- we are pleased and honored to be selected as the top choice," said The Grilled Cheese Truck's founder and creative culinary officer and director David Danhi, aka 'The Big Cheese.' "What a great way to end April, which was National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Month!"

Earlier in April, The Grilled Cheese Truck "melted" both the hearts and taste buds of attendees at The Grilled Cheese Invitational in Los Angeles, capturing the "People's Choice" Award for the fifth consecutive year.

The Grilled Cheese Truck currently operates 11 food trucks in Southern California and Arizona, serving creative sandwiches that are widely popular and have evolved into America's "comfort food of choice." The current menu includes such longtime favorites as The Cheesy Mac & Rib, Plain and Simple Melt, Three Cheese Melt and Cheesy Mac Melt, along with a Sweet Sriracha Chicken Melt, Goat Cheese Melt, Pretzel Melt, Roast Brie Melt, S'Mores Melt, and Cheesycake Melt.

Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., The Grilled Cheese Truck, Inc. is an entrepreneurial "emerging growth" company with a brand and menu that are popular nationwide. A fast-growing, early-mover in the gourmet food truck industry, its mission to target military veterans attracted former supreme commander of NATO Gen. (ret.) Wesley Clark, who serves as a Company director and is actively involved in supervising the outreach to and training of veteran franchisees to ensure there's a solid support system for job growth. 

Believed to be the first publicly held, fully reporting, gourmet food truck in America and possibly the first grilled cheese food truck franchise opportunity, The Grilled Cheese Truck is among the early first growth companies actively seeking accredited investors under the new JOBS Act and qualifies as an Emerging Growth Company as defined by the JOBS Act and the Securities and Exchange Commission. To learn more, visit www.thegrilledcheesetruck.com, or on Twitter at: @grlldcheesetruck, @Grlldchztrukguy, and @GCTLosAngeles.

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