Food Truck Vendors Hesitant To Join Myrtle Beach Pilot Program

MYRTLE BEACH, SC – The application process for food trucks in the City of Myrtle Beach opened up two weeks ago, but the city hasn’t seen one completed application. The city said the only application they received was not entirely filled out.

Mark Kruea with the City of Myrtle Beach said the city thinks this is because people haven’t had time to establish their food trucks to bring into the city.

WBTW spoke with people who already have established food trucks on the Grand Strand. Kerry Ragland with Kurbside Katering in Carolina Forest originally wanted to apply for a permit, but he chose not to once the application process opened.

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2017-10-17T08:41:40+00:00By |Off the Wire|