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Peach Truck Tour includes July 1 Lebanon stop

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Music City's popular Peach Truck is gearing up for its fourth annual Freestone Tour. Fresh, straight-from-the-farm Freestone Georgia Peaches will be making their way across Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania as part of the tour.

On Friday, July 1, from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m., The Peach Truck will be at The Mill at Lebanon, located at 300 North Maple Street.

Stephen and Jessica Rose own and operate The Peach Truck and transport the delicious fruit with love and care from Pearson Farm in Fort Valley, Ga. all over the country. They've been doing this since 2012.

This year, they've expanded into Pennsylvania for the first time. They'll be stopping through 126 towns on The Freestone Tour. With fresh Georgia peaches available by the 25-pound box, these Freestone Peaches are perfect for eating, canning, freezing and baking. They will also be bringing their incredible Elliot Pecans.

"When we realized people didn't know what a true Georgia peach fresh off the tree tasted like, we set out to change that. Our simple vision is to get as many people fresh Georgia peaches from Pearson Farm as possible. We're thrilled to visit with the amazing people of these towns and spread The Peach Truck love," Stephen Rose said.

Stephen spent his childhood experiencing life next to a fifth generation peach farm run by close family friends. Once he took his wife Jessica home, and she experienced these amazing peaches herself, they decided they would make it their mission to bring this wonderful taste to people outside the town. That started in Nashville and has been expanding ever since.

There are only three months to enjoy these peaches during the season. The Peach Truck is literally that, a truck full of peaches transported from Pearson Farm all over the country and sold to consumers right out of the back.

For a complete schedule of The Freestone Tour, visit thepeachtruck.com/tour.

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