Let’s start in Dallas, where food trucks that serve inside city limits are required to park overnight at a place called a commissary. They restock food here and a commissary employee gives each truck a hardcore scrubbing. It also helps the city keep track of them because it must remain there that night.
17 Year old Owner/Operator makes it work!
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Ward 1 City Councilman Quentin Whitwell, a lawyer, has offered pro bono legal counsel to ensure that Ferdinand obtains necessary licensure to operate a legal food truck business.
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