LA Grilled Cheese Truck to Open Franchises Nationwide

LA Grilled Cheese Truck to Open Franchises Nationwide

3 1736

NEW YORK, NY - TRIG Acquisition 1, Inc., d/b/a The Grilled Cheese Truck, a fully reporting public company, announced today the training of its first class of prospective candidates for The Grilled Cheese Truck’s future franchise operations. Each of the prospective owners is a veteran that served in Iraq or Afghanistan. The initial rollout is expected to kick off in Phoenix, AZ in early first quarter 2013.

Grilled Cheese  Truck

“The training of our initial class of franchise candidates is a significant development,” said Brian Pallas, President of Franchise Operations. “Phoenix now has facilities built to support our rollout of trucks for The Grilled Cheese Truck. As our vision for a national food chain begins to take hold, our team is working diligently to train qualified veterans that have the experience, ability and desire to become successful entrepreneurs.”

The Company’s veterans program provides qualified U.S. veterans from war zones, such as Iraq and Afghanistan, to be among the first 100 franchisees of The Grilled Cheese Truck, which has been ranked the #1 most influential food truck in America by Klout.com. General Wesley Clark, a highly decorated retired four-star general and former Supreme Allied Commander Europe of NATO, is supervising the implementation of The Grilled Cheese Truck’s veteran franchise program.

Dave Danhi, CEO of The Grilled Cheese Truck, added, “We couldn’t be more pleased with our veteran candidates. Having built upon the great success of our initial trucks in Los Angeles, our impressive social media following, and our exposure on networks like the Cooking Channel and Food Network, we look forward to expanding our operations through future franchise opportunities and becoming a national brand.”

The rollout strategy for The Grilled Cheese Truck in Phoenix and other cities in America provides qualified veterans with an established brand, a low cost of entry and a universally appealing product line as the Company prepares to expand its presence through franchise opportunities across the United States.

About TRIG Acquisition 1, Inc.

TRIG Acquisition 1, Inc. is an SEC-reporting Nevada corporation d/b/a The Grilled Cheese Truck. The Grilled Cheese Truck business plan is being launched as what management believes to be the first grilled cheese franchise operation and the first public gourmet food truck company in America. The Grilled Cheese Truck intends to capitalize on the burgeoning food truck industry through its established operations and social media strategy, with nearly 100,000 combined followers on Facebook and Twitter. The Grilled Cheese Truck was listed as the “most influential food truck in the country” by Klout.com, and the 3rd most influential “tweeter” in Los Angeles in 2012, behind the LA Times and LA Weekly, according to WeFollow.com. Included in the local, regional and national media coverage is The Grilled Cheese Truck’s exposure on The Rachel Ray Show, The Price is Right, NBC News, The Travel Channel, USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, The Cooking Channel, BBC Travel, and more.

For more information on The Grilled Cheese Truck, please visit:
www.thegrilledcheesetruck.com/investor

 

3 COMMENTS

  1. […] My brother is one of the owners of The Grilled Cheese Truck. There will be four/five Grilled Cheese Trucks in Phoenix area and each one will be independently owned by a veteran. The crews they hire will also be made up of veterans. The Grilled Cheese Truck comes from Los Angeles and has an insanely huge following in the LA area. The crew working the truck at the festival are the Vets chosen to own the first Phoenix trucks. General Wesley Clark is heading up operations. LA Grilled Cheese Truck to Open Franchises Nationwide | Mobile Cuisine | Gourmet Food Trucks, Carts … […]

  2. What a blessing you are giving to our soldiers. When I returned from Vietnam in 1972, my only thought was that I needed to quickly do “life” … So much had passed me by. So, I asked a friend to set me up on a blind date, took a job in furniture sales, bought a brand new Pontiac Grand Prix and moved into an apartment. Within a year, I was married to someone I barely knew, had a beautiful baby boy I adored, a great car and a job I hated! Needless to say, the marriage did not survive but commission was good in those days, so I convinced myself to accept this was my career future. Now at 62, past middle age?, but still feel as this is the “half time” of my life. With 40 plus years of sales and management in operations and customer service, the grilled cheese truck entrepreneur created a spark as I listened to Bode Miller on Today show. Would you be interested in this proud husband to my bride of 32 years, father, grandfather and energetic Vietnam Veteran?

Leave a Reply