How Does Your Food Truck Cheer Up The Lonely?

How Does Your Food Truck Cheer Up The Lonely?

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Cheer Up The Lonely

Cheer Up The LonelyToday is Cheer Up The Lonely Day!  You may wonder why we’d cover a “holiday” like this?  Well, that’s an easy response.  Mobile Cuisine, along with the GiveNetwork and GiveMobi, has been promoting Fighting Hunger In America where the donations are donated to Convoy of Hope and Meals On Wheels.

As you know, Meals On Wheels is instrumental in feeding America’s elderly that are on a fixed-income, homebound, and without a network of friends and family to help them out.  Meals are delivered directly to their homes.  Sometimes that contact is all they have with the outside world with any regularity.

By registering here or clicking on the link in our homepage, you’ll enable your customers to donate to these two great organizations that not only cheer up the lonely, but also provide food and services to people in need around the country.

Join other food trucks that have already registered to make a difference, like Dogs On Wheels, The Grilled Cheese Truck and Baba’s Big Bite.  Register your truck by August 30 and get entered to win a $500 gas card.  The drawing will be held on September 1.  That’ll be a nice way to end the summer food truck season!  It’s easy to register and lets your customers actively engage with your brand with every donation.

Take a moment to cheer up a lonely person today.  Whether it’s a grandparent, neighbor or distant friend, you can always brighten someone’s day.  By registering your truck in Fighting Hunger In America, you’ll be cheering up lonely people on an ongoing basis… and feeding them with every customer donation!

Hannah Ashor is a marketing professional turned co-founder and contributing author to Mobile Cuisine Magazine. She is proud to be a part of this new and exciting sector of the food service industry. She is fueled by the creativity and entrepreneurial spirit in those she meets regularly. Using her event planning background, she organized Chicago’s first food truck event series; the first of it’s kind in the city. Since that summer, Hannah has met with folks on all sides of the industry and shared it online with the Mobile Cuisine readers.Hannah’s enthusiasm, coupled with her event marketing background makes her editorial contribution a vital part of the organization.

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