Watching Wilmington's food truck scene evolve is a lesson in the modern marketplace.
It’s so nice to have a bunch of relatively inexpensive options with hardly any wait. “When I’m in a rush and want to finish up some work from my 1:30 class, I get lunch from a truck, take it inside, and work. It’s very convenient, and the food is so much better than we usually get.
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Watching Wilmington’s food truck scene evolve is a lesson in the modern business place.
Street food joints cater to a majority of people in the city and if these outlets are removed, the cost that one has to bear and the effort that one has to put in scouting for affordable food would be huge.
I started our food truck in 2010, I cyber-stalked food trucks on the West Coast and in New York City to find out how they were using Twitter, Facebook and Foursquare.
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