In our quest to keep our readers up to date with the latest stories relating to the food truck industry we have compiled a list of the stories that hit the wire this past weekend from Lexington, Waco, Louisville and Boca Raton.

March 28

Lexington Food Trucks Raise Money for Hit-and-Run Victim – LEXINGTON, KY – An owner of a Lexington food truck is getting help from some fellow vendors to help pay her medical expenses from a hit-and-run accident.

Police said Barbara Screeney had just gotten off the bus to walk to her home on Frankfort Pike late last year, when a driver passed the bus and hit her from behind without stopping.

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Food truck craze expands in downtown Waco – WACO, TX – More tasty bites are being served in downtown Waco as new food trucks capitalize on the increased development and activity in the area.

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March 29

Entrepreneurs learn how to start a food truck – LOUISVILLE, KY – Dozens of people are crammed into a classroom. Many of them are there for the same reason.

“I’ve always thought a restaurant was kind of a pipe dream because of the expense involved, so when food trucks started coming out on the scene, I thought I think this is something I can do,” food truck owner Laura Buchanan said.

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March 30

Food Trucks to Rally for LLS – BOCA RATON, FL – If you haven’t yet hopped on the food truck bandwagon, here’s a chance to do it for a good cause. (Not that filling your belly isn’t.)

It’s the first food truck rally to be held in West Palm Beach, and it will benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

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