Tag: marketing

Hanover, NH: Meals on Wheels – Tuck School Students Serve Up Food, and Lessons...

Two seniors at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth have rolled out a startup venture that is providing other students with nutritious fare along with a side of basic entrepreneurial principles.

Kansas City, MO: Truckily Serves up Food Truck Finder for Foodies, Marketing Tools for...

The Kansas City startup's app—available nationwide—helps foodies find and interact with local food trucks, which have the opportunity to use the app as a location-based marketing tool that can automate social media, send push alerts to app users and create virtual punch cards.

Fresno, CA: CartHop Solutions Floated

The first of the two proposed solutions is to have the partnership set up a booth on the Fulton Mall during CartHop with marketing material and menus for the downtown restaurants.

Cary, NC: Food Ttrucks and Business lessons

Lufkin Road Middle School technology teacher Jennifer Balgooyen turned a lesson about entrepreneurship into a tasty treat for her business marketing students

St. Loius, MO: On the Map – National Food Truck-Tracking Site and App to...

Roaming Hunger doesn't host ads but generates revenue by matchmaking trucks and individuals or companies seeking to book them for events, and by pairing brands with food trucks to create marketing campaigns called "Food Truck Takeovers."

Washington, DC: Beyond the Pasta – Food Truck Offers Unique Internship

Getting into the food truck atmosphere, because I’m a D.C. native and I’ve only really been into the art culture here and never really the food culture, [is how] I get to learn about my city

National News: Big Companies Jump on the Mobile Kitchen Trend

Big and small companies of all kinds have an amazing opportunity to expand their business.

Chicago, IL: Have BBQ, Will Travel

“Our whole marketing plan is to get that message out to everybody, and the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is central to that effort.”

Food Truck Culture: Is There Room for National Chains?

Quick-service restaurants are looking at the food trucks as more than just an agile promotional vehicle!

Sizzler Has a Food Truck. Sorry, Hipsters

“At these food truck festivals, that’s what people look for—the trucks with the longest lines,” Rahder explains.