For food truck festival organizers, the events are high-gear affairs
Anne-Marie Aigner zoomed around in her golf cart at Suffolk Downs in the early hours of a recent Saturday, barking orders at everyone and everything — including the threatening sky. She had been up up since 4:30 a.m., attending to the many details involved in pulling off the latest Food Truck Festivals of New England event. Aigner says three decades of event-planning didn’t prepare her for the complexities of food truck festivals. They routinely attract thousands of people who wait in long lines and are becoming more popular here and across the United States.