Source: CVDaily Feed

LOGAN—The Food Network, with host Tyler Florence, will be filming its April reality television episode of the program, Food Court Wars, in Logan, Utah.

The producer, Rumpole, Inc., arrived on Sunday and has set up temporary offices at the Cache Valley Mall, in the vacant Dillards space. Rumpole, Inc., has been filming in downtown Logan, Logan Canyon, and Beaver Mountain. Rachael Trigg, the Associate Producer of Food Court Wars, with One Potato Two Potato, Inc., is excited to be in Logan and she is looking forward to a wonderful snow storm to set the backdrop for what she hopes will be the best episode of the year.

On Food Network’s new series, Food Court Wars, two teams of aspiring food entrepreneurs face-off for a chance to win their own food court restaurant entirely rent- free for one year. On each episode, the teams have an opportunity to open a brand-new eatery in their local mall, test their concept, market their brand and run the outlet for a full day for hungry shoppers. The team whose restaurant makes the most profit wins the space. Host Tyler Florence helps the teams through their challenges, offering up his advice on how to make their concept a success.

Food Court Wars welcomes the general public to be a part of the action. Beginning Thursday, January 30, 12:00pm, filming will take place at the Cache Valley Mall. This will be a private session and not open to the general public. Friday, January 31, the show moves to Beaver Mountain where they will be filming all afternoon. There are opportunities to be “extras” for the episode and Beaver Mountain is inviting everyone up to the mountain. Then on Saturday, February 1, beginning at 4:00pm, the show returns to the Cache Valley Mall for the final filming and competition. Anyone interested in participating is required to contact for details.