A Special FoodTruckr Announcement from Pat Flynn

Hey FoodTruckrs! Pat Flynn here. I don’t write too much for the FoodTruckr blog, but today is a special day. So I asked my awesome team if I could be the one to share the exciting news. Are you ready for a treat?!

We are crazy-proud to announce the upcoming launch of our first book, How to Start Your Food Truck Business: The Definitive Guide.

This is much more than just a book or guide—it’s an entire learning package stuffed to the brim with tailored learning modules and actionable extras. If you’ve been enjoying our web series on the same subject—how to start a food truck—then you’ll adore what we have in store for you with this resource.

The main guide will be available in the most convenient learning formats: e-reader files for your Kindle, Nook, or iPad; an audiobook option; and a fancy PDF book that can be read on any device. And then there are the extras…

Practical worksheets to help you plan your menu, margins, and more serve as delicious side dishes to the main guide. Exclusive extras like never before published FoodTruckr articles and a private FoodTruckr community are in the mix too. Overall, our mission with this resource is to provide you with all the know-how you need to rev up your food truck business engine and take the streets by storm.

And just like our friends Goldilocks and the Three Bears, the How to Start Your Food Truck Business guide will come in three package options. Simply choose the one that’s right for you and your food truck business—they’re all winners!

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Also, it doesn’t matter if you’re a first-time food truck owner or a seasoned veteran. The How to Start Your Food Truck Business guide is built to challenge your thinking and hone your skills whether you’re working on them for the first time or you need to sharpen them up. Successful entrepreneurs know that what got them here isn’t likely to get them there. All business owners need to stay sharp, practice new disciplines, and continually expand their minds. So, if you’ve been in the food truck trenches for a while now, this resource may be the relief you’ve been hoping for.

This is just a little taster of what’s to come, but your mouth may already be watering. If it is and you want to be among the first to get it hot off the grill, click here to join our special launch list. Those on the list will get first dibs on ordering this tasty new resource. We think you’re really going to like it.

Oh, I almost forgot—How to Start Your Food Truck Business: The Definitive Guide launches in August. Wow, that’s next month! Summer is a great time to transform your food truck business dreams into reality. So don’t limit yourself; get prepared to build a serious and successful food truck business.

Finally, from all of us at FoodTruckr, I just want to say thank you! Thank you for working so hard on your dream of delivering delicious meals to people like me. Your passion for amazing food is uncanny. I appreciate you all so much; local communities wouldn’t be the same without you. And FoodTruckr would not exist if not for you. You’re great cooks as well as inspiring entrepreneurs. Keep working hard and making magic happen. We believe in you.

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PS: Those on our launch list may (wink, wink) receive an exclusive discount code for any of the three How to Start Your Food Truck Business: The Definitive Guide package options. For a chance to get your discount code, just click here to join our special launch list.

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Pat Flynn is the founder and CEO of FoodTruckr. He’s a regular ol’ Joe and happy family man who happens to be a successful online entrepreneur. When he’s not building companies, engaging fans, or (most likely) chasing his kids around the house wearing something ridiculous, he’s tracking down a buffalo chicken grilled cheese sandwich from the Urban Eats truck in San Diego. Twitter is his favorite hangout—say hi to Pat @PatFlynn.

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