They are hoping to take the trophy this year by winning over the crowd with a crowd favorite. "BBQ nachos. A lot of people in line are getting BBQ nachos," she said.
Also new this year are the City Spikers at booth 9. Tyler Parker said it took days to prepare. "We started bringing things down Sunday. Setting up, preparing. It's been a long process," Parker said.
Your donations help support the McCracken County Volleyball team. Parker said most of the volunteers are McCracken County graduates and a long line means a better bottom line for the local school district. "We've been busy all day long. We started selling last night. We had a couple people come through and then today for lunch we've been really busy and tonight it's been nonstop," Parker said.