Announcing…the “How to Run a Food Truck” Series!

We showed you how to start a food truck—and now it’s time to take your learning to the next level.

That’s right, FoodTruckrs! Coming up next, we’re proud to announce our brand new blog series: “How to Run a Food Truck.”

All year long, you’ve put so much hard work into starting your very own food truck business. You’ve achieved so much, but more challenges lie ahead. Now that your truck is officially out on the streets, we want to help you prepare to face anything that may come your way.

Let’s take a look at just a few of the topics coming up:

Customer Service: What are the best ways to turn regular customers into passionate, loyal fans? What should you do when a customer isn’t happy with her meal? How can you show your fans how much you care about them?

Facing Challenges: How can you keep your business running during a long, cold winter? What truck maintenance tips do you need to know? What should you do if you simply aren’t getting enough customers?

Day-to-Day Operations: Why is updating your location on Facebook and Twitter so important? What apps can simplify your daily life as a food truck owner? What’s the best way to manage your employees?

Marketing: What are the best social media strategies for new food truck owners? How can Yelp help your business? Are there any other marketing avenues you should pursue?

Advancing Your Business: What do you need to do before you can start offering catering? What’s the best way to find good events for your food truck? Where should your business go next?

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If you’re just starting out and you want to know how to build a legion of loyal fans and increase your first year’s profits, this is the series for you. If you’re still in the early stages of running a food truck and you want to learn how to take your business to the next level, this is the series for you. If you want to learn how to run and operate a well-oiled food truck that’s positioned for long-term success, this is the series for you.

Here at FoodTruckr, we believe that anyone can succeed in the food truck industry if he or she is willing to put in the effort and stay committed to the dream. After talking with hundreds of food truck owners over the past year, we’ve learned how hard-working and passionate the people in this industry are—and we’re so excited for the opportunity to support you as build your business. We’re always here to answer your questions and to provide feedback on your plans, and we hope that this new blog series will equip you with the tools you need to make your dream a reality.

If you’re ready to learn how to run a successful food truck, stay tuned to the blog every Wednesday for a new lesson in this series. You can also get updates on our latest posts (and on all the other awesome content we release!) by following us on Facebook and Twitter or by signing up for our email list.

We can’t wait to start this incredible journey and to see how far all of you will progress in your food truck businesses. So let’s gas up those trucks, put on our seatbelts, and get ready for a brand new road trip to food truck success! We’ll see you here next Wednesday when the whole thing gets started.

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