With no end in sight to the food truck phenomenon, many food truck owners are considering whether or not to transition their meals-on-wheels to brick-and-mortar concepts. While this is an exciting opportunity that will allow business growth, while expanding operating hours and menus, it can also be daunting. This seminar will provide information to help you make an informed decision on how to advance your food truck business.
RSVP July 24, 2017
• A local food truck owner will share his story from start-to-finish and discuss the challenges and successes in taking the wheels off of the business.
• Mark Finck, Pacific Gas & Electric Company’s Food Service Technology Center, senior engineer, will offer tips and tricks to help make for a smoother transition.
• How to convert your food truck into a brick-and-mortar or maybe the flip side – taking your brick-and-mortar concept on the road.
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