Customer Relationships

Why Food Truck Owners Can’t Afford To Have Bad Customer Service

How’s your customer service game looking, food truck owners? The only acceptable answer to that question: Amazing, great, excellent or something along those lines. While the foundation of your food truck business is the actual food truck and the food, if you put up a dud in the customer service department, then you simply won’t Read More

2 Simple Ways Food Truck Entrepreneurs Can Get Their Customers Excited For Spring

Editor’s Note: Today we’re excited to present a post from Jeremy Adams. Jeremy is the President/CEO of Prestige Food Trucks, which is the world’s leading custom food truck manufacturer. In his current role as President/CEO, Jeremy manages dozens of employees, interacts with clients, and maintains a healthy relationship with all of his business partners. Since Prestige, Read More

How To Handle Angry Customers At Your Food Truck Business

Whether you are dealing with angry customers at your food truck or on social media, you have to know how to handle these types of people. After all, it’s all about the customers, the customer is always right and without customers, your mobile kitchen would tank. Not to mention, one of the biggest reasons why Read More

How Do Mobile Apps Actually Help Food And Catering Industries?

Editor’s Note: Today we’re excited to present a guest post from Ashni Sharma. Ashni is currently working with AppsChopper as a mobile developer. Having extensive knowledge about apps and a flair for writing, she has shared her knowledge by writing informative articles. In today’s time, technology touches every aspect of our lives, but with the advent Read More

Tips For Food Truck Owners Who Are Struggling To Retain Customers

Are you struggling to retain customers? If this is the case, then you have a big problem on your hands. After all, not retaining customers directly affects how much your food truck business is making. Perhaps you are struggling to lure in customers in general, which means your sales are likely low as a result. Read More

Things Sit-Down Restaurants Do Well That Food Trucks Should Implement

Sit-down restaurants have their fair share of perks and downfalls. Likewise, food trucks also have their fair share of perks and downfalls. With that said, we live in a time and place where mobile kitchens are really on the rise, meaning we are seeing an abundance of food trucks everywhere we go (of course, it Read More

Customer Service Tips For Food Truck Owners

If you want to be a successful food truck owner, you need to be an all-star in so many different areas. You, of course, need to be an amazing chef who cooks up otherworldly foods, but you also have to be rather business savvy if you are going to stick out from the crowd. One Read More

How To Attract More Customers By Making The Food Truck Environment Enjoyable

QUICK: What is the most important ingredient for any food truck business? Answer: It depends. After all, every food truck has to have a flawless business plan, recipes that will make food lovers drool and the list can truly go on forever. However, one ingredient that tends to go under the radar is the customers. Read More

How to Run a Food Truck 18: Be Consistent

Cultivating consistency in your life, your work, and your behavior is one of the keys to becoming a better business owner. Learn how to be more consistent in Lesson 18 of "How to Run a Food Truck."

How to Run a Food Truck 06: Handle Customer Disputes

Today on "How to Run a Food Truck," we have a simple tool you can use to resolve complaints. It’s called the LEARN model, and we think it’s a great way to deal with unhappy customers.

Create Sticky Memories to Build Long-Lasting Fans

In a special guest post, community member Mike Kelley explains how sticky memories can help food truck owners build lasting fans and shares his best stories from Texas Food Truckin' Fest.

Food Truckin’ Fest is a Texas-Sized Success

In a special guest post, community member Mike Kelley recaps the second annual Texas Food Truckin' Fest in Arlington, TX and shares his tips for food truck business success.

#FoodTruckFan: When Your Favorite Truck Gets Popular

The FoodTruckr team is together in San Diego this week, and a couple of us had an experience that I suspect is common for hard-core fans of food trucks (or any restaurant). We met up with a friend who lives in San Diego, and he took us out for “the authentic San Diego experience, but Read More

#FoodTruckFan: Your Approachability Factor

I had a group of friends over for dinner the other night, and we got on to the topic of ordering pizza. More specifically, The Fear of Ordering Pizza. We had so many arguments my freshman year of college about who had to order the pizza, and the arguments were so involved that they usually Read More

#FoodTruckFan: Customer Loyalty Programs

This week’s inspiration comes from an unexpected location: my neighborhood’s 90-year-old candy shop. I was intrigued—and impressed—to see an iPad Mini sitting on the counter. The iPad is part of the Belly program, a customer loyalty card/app/email list program that’s popping up around my metro area. Each time I shop, I scan my the barcode Read More

#FoodTruckFan: What Makes Food Trucks So Special?

I’ve been giving this question a lot of thought in the last nine months, since Pat first told us about his plans to start FoodTruckr. What is it, really, that makes food trucks so special? It’s food…from a truck. When you break a food truck down to its components, it doesn’t sound that special. In Read More