Food Truck Business Cards

Food Truck Business Cards

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tip of the day

There are plenty of ways to layout your business cards for your mobile business; the key is to make sure it matches your branding plan. To help you with making sure your food truck’s business cards are developed properly here are a few tips to use when designing or reviewing your business cards:

Keep it simple

Keep your food truck’s business card design simple. Include contact information such as name, title, phone number, email address, website and social media accounts.

Your logo

If you’ve got a well-designed logo, let it subtly dominate your business card. It is a visual representation of your brand and will catch the eye of members of your target market.

The back side

There is a lot of debate about what should go on the back side of your business card. Some say keep it blank so people you hand it to can write notes. While others say put more information here. We suggest doing both. Use some of the space to provide returning customers a free offer, but also allow some space for note-taking.

 

2 COMMENTS

  1. Because we are a mobile snoball company – we put the current years menu on the back. Although this method won’t work for companies that change their menu often our customers love it. It allows them to view the menu and have our information right there.

  2. Kelli’s tip on printing a menu on the back of a food truck business card is a great idea! That way people can peruse the menu on the card as they plan their lunch before they head out of the office. A business card is a bit small to print a full menu but a list of the most popular items could be helpful to customers.

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