Horry County, SC: Horry County Officials to Discuss Food Trucks Today
County policy prohibits food trucks from operating in unincorporated Horry
Greenville, SC: Humane Society hosts dog-friendly festival Saturday
Featuring live music, local food and craft beers, “Woofstock” will be held from noon to 6 p.m. onWatson-Aviation Road in Greenville. Dogs are invited, but they must be on leashes.
Greenville, SC: Greenville Humane Society to Host Concert for People, Dogs
The Upstate is about to rock and roll on Saturday with a huge concert to support the Greenville Humane Society.
Charleston, SC: New Food Truck Alert – Lechón Takes Latin to the Streets
Food truck fanatics: another mobile kitchen has entered the game, this time from Circa 1886 and Peninsula Grill alum Larry White.
Travelers Rest, SC: Travelers Rest to host ‘Food TRuck Rodeo’
A goal of the Food TRuck Rodeo is to position downtown Travelers Rest as a destination for dining and recreation, according to organizers.
Charleston, SC: Eat This Tonight – Huevos Rancheros, Po’ Boys, and Whoopie Pies
Charleston Gourmet Burger Company will be grilling up made-to-order burgers and selling bottles of their all-natural, gluten-free burger marinade
North Charleston, SC: Join the Movement with One of Our Custom Food Trucks
Gorilla Fabrication specializes in building out Custom Food Trucks. Mobile Eateries, Catering Trucks and Beer Trucks
North Charleston, SC: Tanger Outlet to Offer Food Truck Event April 13-14
The winner will also receive a $1,000 shopping spree at Tanger Outlet. Entries for the sweepstakes can be submitted from Monday through April 28 on the Tanger Outlets website or at a Tanger Outlet Center.
Greenville, SC: Hundreds Rally; City Now Says Food Truck Rules ‘Likely To Evolve
Regulating a town that is supposedly going to be the new foodie town of the South doesn't seem along the lines with everything the magazines have been saying lately
Greenville, SC: Protest Planned To Cook Up Support For Greenville Food Trucks
The protest comes in light of a new proposal that would allow the trucks in Greenville's downtown area, but keep them at least 250 feet away from existing restaurants. The proposal was made by a committee, formed by the city several months ago to look at the new industry.
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