Summer is winding down and the busy period for many food truck owners, especially in the northern states are doing the same. Fortunately, there’s still plenty of mobile food news to keep tabs on in the month of August, 2015. Enjoy this month’s round up.
Beaumont Truck Boom – yet another city’s food truck scene is developing fast with loads of new mobile businesses!
Po Boy Truck Destroyed in Fire – Odessa native Rich Chick’s Cajun Kicks sadly lost in disaster, currently finding help from local vendors
Minneapolis Brings Food Trucks to the Sky – local airport is discussing the introduction of, among other things like a craft beer bar, a ‘Food Truck-Themed’ food court
Vancouver Not Doing so Hot – the vendor industry in one of our major mobile cities is currently struggling
Locals Hungry for Food Trucks despite Ban – with a feeling reminiscent of Footloose, yet somehow with even MORE bacon, Williston city residents and businesses see heavy potential for a mobile scene that is yet to be allowed
12-Year Old Make-a-Wish Delivers Hope through Food Truck – heartwarming story of a Minnesota boy who decides to use his wish to serve others from local food trucks
Detroit Revising Street Regulations – Illinois capital working on developing much better, looser rules for food trucks in hopes of boosting local economy
Tacos on the Run from the Law? – stolen Food Truck involved in high-speed police chase from Salinas to Monterey County
Trucks being Squeezed in Wisconsin – Green Bay looking to implement a change of rules and regulations for local trucks, supposedly a mix of good and bad
As the summer winds down don’t forget to check out your favorite mobile food vendors one last time before the end of the season. Stayed tuned for more mobile food news next month!