Dwayne Johnson Feeds First Responders in Louisville with Food Truck

by Amy Myers

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is showing his gratitude for first responders across the country through good food. Earlier this week, Johnson deployed his food truck, the “Mana Mobile,” to Louisville, Kentucky. The Mana Mobile is a part of the Jumanji star’s new tequila brand, Teremana. The brand name itself roughly translates to “spirit of the world,” however, instead of serving spirits, he hopes to lift them through his complimentary meals.

During its cross-country journey, Dwayne Johnson’s truck plans to serve police, firefighters, EMTs and military personnel across the States. Recently, it visited the Louisville Division of Fire and Louisville Metro Police Departments. There, food truck staff served the first responders with delectable dishes like tacos and french toast sticks. The LMPD posted a photo from their food truck lunch break. Though the celebrity wasn’t actually there with the food truck, the city expressed its appreciation for The Rock’s donation and support.

“Today @TheRock sent the @Teremana crew to feed @loukyfire & @LMPD,” the precinct wrote. “Thanks for the tacos, french toast, good tunes & mana! Some of us were more excited than others! #LMPD #LFD #Teremana #TheRockRocks.”

After stopping in Louisville, Dwayne Johnson’s Mana Mobile headed to Nashville, Tennessee on October 2 to find its next source of selfless customers. The food truck’s journey started in July when it served the first responders of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Since then, The Rock’s truck has reached other major cities like New York, Kansas City, Flagstaff and Los Angeles. Once the Mana Mobile has fed the first responders of Nashville, it will continue its 20-stop cross-country trip to Columbia, South Carolina on October 17.

Check out Mana Mobile’s full route here.

Boston and Chicago First Responders Share their ‘Mana’ with Dwayne Johnson’s Food Truck

Two cities, in particular, were especially grateful to have Dwayne Johnson’s truck visit their first responders. Prior to Mana Mobile’s stop in Louisville, the truck visited Boston, Massachusetts and Chicago, Illinois to cater to their firefighters and police officers. While, surely, every city along the food truck’s route was appreciative of the free meal, these two destinations went the extra mile to show their “mana” by posting about the experience.

“The Chicago Fire Department thanks Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson for providing tacos at E72 and his #ManaMobile for the delicious tacos. CFD appreciates what the Rock is cooking,” the city’s fire department tweeted.

Likewise, Boston raved about the quality of Dwayne Johnson’s truck’s tacos and the significance of the kind gesture.

“The Boston Fire Department would like to thank Dwayne ⁦@TheRock⁩ Johnson for sending his ⁦⁦@Teremana#ManaMobile to provide us with some great tacos. We appreciate all his support by giving back to our 1st Responders,” the BFD wrote.