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Che Ruddell Tabisola Growth Quote

“Food trucks have provided a great stepping stone to brick-and-mortar, you have assets when you go to the bank. You have Twitter followers. You have Yelp reviews. You’re less of a risk for investors.” – Che Ruddell-Tabisola

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horry county city council

HORRY COUNTY, SC - The great debate over whether to allow food trucks in Horry County will now be left up to Horry County Council.

The Horry County Infrastructure and Regulation Committee met Monday and decided to recommend the one-year pilot program for approval.

“We have been working on this possible program for more than a year, and now it will head to Horry County Council for a first reading on Oct. 7,” said Lisa Bourcier, spokesperson for the county.

An ordinance for a year-long pilot program was first drafted by the Horry County Planning Commission early in September.

Fifty permits for food trucks, as well as ice cream trucks, would be issued for the pilot program.

After the first year, the program will be evaluated and any proposed changes to the ordinance would head to county council for its consideration.

The draft ordinance calls for the trucks to be inspected by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control and fire officials. The employees would also have to pass background checks, provide a ten-year driving record and the sites of operation for the food truck would need to be approved.

Find the original article at carolinalive.com <here>

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korean air food truck

HOUSTON, TX - Houstonians will get a taste of what awaits them on Korean Air when a special food truck offers free samples of the international carrier’s in-flight meals.

From today through Oct. 26, the Korean Air food Truck will travel to various venues around the Houston area. On board will be three examples of the in-flight meals offered to Korean Air passengers and the public can sample the airline’s bounty.

The tour kicked off with an appearance in northwest Houston on today at GE Oil & Gas, 11150 Equity Drive, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. After that, the truck — fully wrapped with the Korean Air colors and images — will visit various locations throughout the energy corridor and core business locations on weekdays from 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.   On weekends it will set itself up at local events in the Houston area.

Sample meals are:

– Bibimbap, the airline’s award-winning signature dish with minced beef and seasonal vegetables accompanied by sesame oil and Gochujang (Korean hot pepper paste).

– Bulgogi, thinly-sliced sirloin beef marinated in a mixture of soy sauce and spices.

– Galbi-jjim, short rib eye braised in soy sauce with mixed vegetables and rice.

In May, Korean Air (KE) began daily nonstop service between Houston and Seoul Incheon.  The airline is one of the world’s top 20 and the largest Asian airline in America, flying from more gateways here to more destinations in Asia than any other carrier.


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food truck tip of the day

Every food truck owner I’ve spoken with always comments on the amount of time they spend managing their food truck. Since there are only 24 hours a day, you can always get better at managing the time you have. The best way to do this is to figure out what’s eating too much of it – and what could use more attention.

Break down your work responsibilities into categories, and track how much time you spend in each every day:

  • Primary duties: Day-to-day tasks that define your job.
  • Managing: Have you hired employees for your food truck? Do you work collaboratively with them or do you have a manager? Log how much time this takes out of your schedule.
  • Admin tasks: The little things that seem to take too much of your time – emails, time sheets, event planning, etc.
  • Putting out fires: Interruptions. Urgent matters. Any last-minute issues that end up sabotaging even the best time-management plans.

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gourmet grilled cheese sandwich

Today we are happy to to follow up a recent article in which we asked our readers to submit their choice for America’s favorite grilled cheese food truck or cart. We had nearly 3,000 individual submissions so it took us a little time to tabulate the results.

Now that the submissions have been counted we found that many of the truck totals were too close to eliminate some, so instead of a top 10, we have a top 15 grilled cheese food trucks to choose a winner from.

The nominees are:

American Meltdown – Raleigh, NC

C’est Cheese – Cincinnati, OH

Cheese Plate PDX – Portland, OR

Cheese Wizards – Seattle, WA

Fo’ Cheesy – Waterloo, Ontario

Gorilla Cheese – Hamilton, Ontario

GourMelt – Reno, NV

Meltdown – Tulsa, OK

Morris Truck – New York, NY

Ms. Cheezious – Miami, FL

Roxy’s Grilled Cheese – Boston, MA

The Grilled Cheese Truck – Los Angeles, CA

The Grilled Cheeserie – Nashville, TN

The Melting Point – San Antonio, TX

Toasty Cheese – Schaumburg, IL

If you are a food truck that feels you should have been included, we apologize. The trucks selected for this poll were determined by our readers, and by the number of votes they received in the first phase of the contest.

2014 Grilled Cheese Food Truck Of The Year

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This poll will stay open for 2 weeks to make sure everyone gets a chance to vote for in the poll and the truck operators will have a chance to let their fans know to come help them collect votes. The poll will close on October 17th at 12AM CT. The results will be announced on the following Monday.

If you run into issues with submitting a vote in the poll, you can submit via email us at contest(at)mobile-cuisine(dot)com), however we will be making sure that only 1 vote is counted per person.

The winner of this contest will be featured on Mobile Cuisine in a feature article, to help share information about the vendor, their menu, and how they came up with the idea for serving this American comfort food.

Tell your friends and family to help spread the word.

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Fayetteville food trucks

FAYETTEVILLE, AR - The city’s Development Services Department will be taking applications during October from people who want to operate food trucks and food trailers on public property in 2015.

All interested parties will be entered into two lotteries: one for those who want to operate in marked parallel public parking spaces, primarily along Dickson Street; and one for those who want to operate in city parks or on streets outside the downtown area.

At least three permits will be awarded in each lottery. The lotteries are scheduled Nov. 3. If more than nine lottery applications are made, one-third will receive permits.

The city has a separate process for permitting food truck courts and mobile vendors that operate on private property.

For applications or to see a list of frequently asked questions about the section of city code that deals with mobile vendors, go to the Development Services page on the city’s website, accessfayetteville.org, and click on “Documents.” For additional questions, contact Serina Tustin, Development Services administrator, at 479-575-8242 or stustin@fayetteville-ar.gov.

To obtain a copy of the Outdoor Vendors ordinance, call 479-575-8323 or email the City Clerk’s office at cityclerk@fayetteville-ar.gov.

Find the original article at nwaonline.com <here>