How DNC & RNC 2016 Party Platforms Could Affect Food Truck Industry

We are just over a month away from Election Day on November 8th. We are guaranteed to see a change in the White House, but [...]

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Election Day 2014: Food Truckers Get Out And Vote

Today marks the mid-term election day 2014 in the United States. Most polling locations around the country have opened and will remain so until 6-8 PM [...]

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Boston Mayor Petitioned For More Food Truck Spots

BOSTON, MA - While the subjects of the from a Boston area Twitter chat with Mayor Marty Walsh spanned a variety of subjects, culture and dining [...]

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NYC Mayoral Candidates Think More Food Truck Regs Are Needed

NEW YORK, NY - Sorry NYC mobile food vendors. If you were planning to use the candidate's thoughts on food trucks as part of your [...]

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Tom LaBonge’s New Attempt to Rid LA Streets of Food Trucks

LOS ANGELES, CA -  The Los Angeles City Council is considering new regulations that could potentially shut down a food truck that has been feeding the [...]

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SoCalMFVA Helps Food Truck Associations Across the Country

Over the past three years the SoCal Mobile Food Vendors Association has assisted 11 other food truck associations form.  They have provided guidance, bylaws and [...]

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Governments Going After Food Trucks (And Who’s Behind It)

One of our Twitter followers shared a great article by S.R. Mann at Pocket Full of Liberty and we were granted permission to republish a [...]

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Portsmouth Council Discusses Food Trucks But Not Kindly

PORTSMOUTH, VA - Another city in the country is beginning to analyize the idea of allowing food trucks within their borders and on their main [...]

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SF Supervisor Looks to Make Laws Stricter on Food Trucks

Supervisor Scott Wiener(Photo: Rick Gerharter) SAN FRANCISCO, CA - San Francisco is getting closer to putting the brakes on food trucks near restaurants. [...]

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NOLA Mayor Vetoes Food Truck Ordinance

NEW ORLEANS, LA - Calling it unconstitutional and unlikely to stand up to a legal challenge, Mayor Mitch Landrieu has vetoed a recent City Council ordinance easing restrictions [...]

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