A street food fight has broken out in downtown Santa Rosa between restaurateurs and the growing group of food truck operators they say are eating their lunch.
According to Yum Yum Food Truck’s Facebook page, the City of Fort Worth has shuttered the downtown food trucks until after the Super Bowl.
Are trucks competing with restaurants? No I don't think so, but they are competing with fast food.
There are several different ways to sell food as a food concession vendor. You may wish to choose from many different pieces of equipment. There are also several locations you can pick from. Food choice has a lot to do with both of these decisions.
Food trucks have popped up all over the country, even garnering enough attention to warrant national competitions itching to crown the next Food Truck King. For instance, on The Food Network’s new reality show “The Great Food Truck Race,” food trucks from across the country compete to sell the most food to patrons, with the champ winning $50,000 to help his or her business.
AT&T network managers monitor Twitter for “AT&T”, “3G” and “iphone” for complaints as away to improve customer service. Steve Moser, network visitor program manager for AT&T says “People do not call anymore to complain so we have to use social media tools.”
So why do these chuck wagons continue to roll during winter? Simple: They have bills to pay, such as commissary and vehicle storage fees, and people to keep employed.