Here’s a look at why mobile payments are the perfect complement to food trucks.
With over 1,000 miles to cover, the first official Four Seasons Food Truck has hit the road. Known as the FS Taste Truck, the vehicle and its tour provides a new, mobile stage for the brand’s culinary talent to connect with their local communities.
From May 20 – September 2, 2013, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf will keep their customers cool during their landmark 50th anniversary celebration with the introduction of a new Birthday Cake Ice Blended beverage. ...
There’s a new app available for food-truck lovers! TruxMap aggregates information for food trucks that are open at specific times, and lays out their locations via “pins” on a Google map.
The Flip Flop Bistro is a casual dining truck at Sea Island that serves fresh, eclectic and delicious seasonal fare. They provide high-quality, portable meals in a casual, open-air, and ever-changing environment.
Chicago-based mobile food truck Bridgeport Pasty, serving large, savory pies, is unlike other trucks in that it is tiny and electric.
Dallas-based Two Trucks LLC will launch its food-truck brand, The Butcher’s Son, in October with two Dallas trucks, followed by five trucks in February, ten trucks in May, and, hopefully, a total of 200 trucks by 2014.
The Gap, one of the largest retail clothing brands, is shaking things up with the debut of its food truck, Pico de Gap. The truck serves to stimulate buzz about Gap’s new 1969 Fall denim collection.
Munchathan is a food-themed 5K featuring obstacles, entertainment and more. Unique food events are a great way for food trucks to get positive publicity, demonstrate great community relations with both other trucks and customers, and have access to a huge audience in one place.
The OC Fair & Event Center uses social media to elevate major seasonal and weekly events.
Daniel N. Calderon, a hospitality leader who has been involved with social media since the late 90s, is a student at the Business and Hospitality Colleges at University of Houston. ...
In the past year, the mobile food industry has soared to amazing heights. Almost every type of food imaginable can now be found in truck form. The food truck culture has been especially potent in Southern California.