National Food Truck Day is This Friday, June 28th (and this is what you’ll get)

National Food Truck Day returns on Friday, June 28, and it’s your patriotic duty (or just your duty to yourself) to attend.  Grab a meal from one of the hardest working entrepreneurs in the country & learn why it’s no coincidence the fastest rising cities in the US also happen to be the most food truck-friendly.  You want details?  Check below for four reasons to join the party:

1. Local Food Trucks Boost Local Economies 

In recent studies published by Food Truck Nation (through the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation), a city’s openness to food trucks (in the form of low regulations and a concise permit process) has proven to be a bellwether of its openness to overall entrepreneurial growth.  Cities like Portland and Denver, for instance, where it’s relatively easy for trucks to get on the road, are also cited by Forbes as the fastest rising cities for small businesses, along with quality of living.  On the flip side, the heavy obstacles to food truck success imposed by cities like DC and Chicago are reflective of sluggish job and population growth overall.  Participating in Food Truck Day then reaps more rewards than just the obvious ones.  Make a case to City Hall that home-grown eats can mean home-grown money.  For everyone. Click here to visit

2. Taste Those Trends Before They’re Trendy

11 years after the initial rush, food trucks have proven to be a direct cause of widespread business boom.  The rate transfer from food trucks to brick-and-mortar restaurants, and even full-blown franchises, has been increasing rapidly with time, suggesting food trucks aren’t just the frontline of new food trends – they’re becoming a trusted path toward long-term restaurant success.  Use Food Truck day to taste the next big thing first, long before it’s the Next Big Thing.  Whatever you eat will taste a whole lot better with a side of future bragging rights.

3. Support Small Businesses (That Add Up to Something Big)

Despite the rewards, talented chefs and business hopefuls put up with a long list of inherent hassles – on average, running a food truck for a year means 45 annual regulatory procedures over 37 business days, along with $28,276 spent on permits, licenses and other city fees. Altogether, running a food truck adds up, way before it ever pays off.  And even then – it doesn’t get easy.  Food Truck Day’s one way to make your favorite truck feel good about its investment.  All while feeling good about your own investments.

4. Invest In The Future

So visit your local favorites, and show a little love back.  You won’t just be grabbing a great meal, or even just supporting a great truck.  You’ll be helping boost one of the most valuable industries in the country, and promoting a community that’s making food more local, more imaginative, and more delicious with every stop.  Innovation by innovation, food trucks are changing the face of the country.  This Friday, June 28th, join the movement, and get instantly rewarded for it.  Taste a promising future right in the delicious present.Click here to visit