Tag: Franchise

Great American Cookies Launches Food Truck

All of our food brands will be going mobile

Mobile Marketing and the Franchise Industry

“10% of the top 200 restaurant chains will have a mobile presence in the next 24 months,”

Knoxville, TN: Brothers Ready to Roll with Petro’s Franchise

Petro's Chili and Chips may soon be coming to a parking lot near you.

Petro’s Eyes Bigger Bite of Market Pie

Petro's Chili & Chips, which features corn chips covered with chili, cheese, tomatoes, green onions and sour cream, is making its debut in the theme park.

Philadelphia: Tiffin Is Working on a Food Truck and More Locations

Though he was short on details, Narula said that he is in fact working on getting a food truck and is preparing to open more Tiffin locations this year.

Three Gandolfo’s New York Delicatessen Trucks to Hit Dallas Streets

Local entrepreneur Randy Wolken is jumping into the food truck business in a big way. He’s obtained the Dallas franchise rights to Gandolfo’s New York Delicatessen.

Dunkin’ Donuts Founder Began with Food Trucks!

After the war, Rosenberg borrowed $1000. Along with his own $1500 in war bonds, he started a "mobile industrial catering business," amassing 140 catering trucks, 25 in-plant outlets and a vending operation.

Pyongyang Express Food Truck Feeds 2 People for $5

THQ, a leading video game developer and publisher, is re-launching its famous North Korean-inspired food truck, Pyongyang Express.

Food Trucks: A Franchise Concept with a Stop Sign Ahead

I think that franchised food trucks are a marketers dream. They offer consistency in menu and deliverables, the ability to reach your target market where they are and the ROI on social media marketing is extraordinary. Plus initial cost to ownership is lower than that of brick and mortar restaurants.

Big Chains On Cusp of Ruining Food Truck Trend With Food Trucks of Their...

But now, according to the Wall Street Journal, national brands have taken notice and are gearing up to muscle in on the action. Which, will obviously lead to the ruination of the food truck industry as we know it.