Eat Fleet tour swarms in with free food at Langford Superstore

Tour is travelling across Canada and the Langford stop is the only one in Greater Victoria

Free food, cold drinks and ice cream is what the Eat Fleet tour is all about.

Langford Superstore hosts food trucks and ice cream bikes giving away free food on Thursday.

Taste some summer favourites including smokies and salmon burgers hot off the grill. Or enjoy a chocolate chip cookie ice cream sandwich and pineapple coconut water.

The tour is travelling across Canada and the Langford stop is the only one in Greater Victoria. All items being sampled can also be purchased in the store.

Eat Fleet tour will be at the Langford Superstore, 835 Langford Parkway, June 6 from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

 

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