The Best FoodTruckr Advice For Mobile Kitchen Owners From Last Week: Oct. 29-Nov. 4

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October came and went … and it is now November — if you can believe it.

December is right around the corner, and so is January, which means 2018 is almost here and 2017 is just about over. Yes, the year has flown by, but we hope FoodTruckrs far and wide were able to accomplish all of their goals this year.

If not, then just know there is still a couple months left to make those goals come true. In the spirit of that thinking, we decided to give mobile kitchen owners a ton of advice, and in one place. Therefore, below we will be dropping every article published right here at FoodTruckr from the past week. Hopefully you can use some of the information to your advantage!

The Best FoodTruckr Advice For Mobile Kitchen Owners From Last Week: Oct. 29-Nov. 4

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Sunday, Oct. 29: Food Trucks That Foodies Will Fall In Love With

Preview: “You see, the food truck industry not only provides amazing food (and gourmet food, might we add) but so many food trucks have their own communities and amazing environments as well. This really is a wonderful industry for everyone involved, which includes food truck owners and foodies.”

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Monday, Oct. 30: How To Update Your Food Truck Menu For Halloween

Preview: “One of the best Halloween ideas for the menu would be to use the item that is associated with the holiday, namely the pumpkin. Pumpkin spice lattes are super popular because of the amazing taste. This drink would immediately upgrade your menu, and you would attract more and more customers.”

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Tuesday, Oct. 31: 5 Simple Ways To Spice Up Your Days At Your Food Truck

Preview: “3.) Spread Joy To Your Customers Via Happy Hours And/Or Free Samples:You don’t have to do this all of the time, because you will be losing product, and in turn money, but if you want to attract some customers/make them happy, then don’t be afraid to give free samples away every now and then, especially when you are wanting to test out a new dish before adding it to the menu. Not to mention, happy hours alone can help attract more customers, and spread joy to everyone involved on top of that, for food at a discounted price is a very beautiful thing.”

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Wednesday, Nov. 1: Throwback Thursday: Consider A Food Truck Expansion

Preview: “And by that, we mean this: You can’t stop your goals and dreams at opening up a food truck business. What is the next step? Yes, you, of course, want to crush sales, gain customers and live comfortably from this profession, but you need to take those goals a step further — well, when those goals are achieved, that is, because you never want to rush the process when you don’t need to.”

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Thursday, Nov. 2: It’s Time To Get Really Serious About Your Yearly Food Truck Goals

Preview: “It means a couple of different things: (1) It means the holiday season is rearing its head (for some places, the holiday season might have already started from a commercial standpoint), and that might be a blessing for FoodTruckrs who stay open during this time of the year for the simple fact that all of the shoppers need to eat. (2) There is only so much time left to reach your yearly goals, so now is the time to really put your foot on the gas pedal.”

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Friday, Nov. 3: Flashback Friday: Be Consistent At Your Food Truck

Preview: “When you are trying to achieve success, it’s easy to incorporate a bunch of different strategies and wish for instant success in the process; however, if you really want to see success, then you have to be consistent with your efforts — you have to water your food truck plants, if you will.”

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Saturday, Nov. 4: 3 Signs A Food Truck Owner Is In Serious Need Of A Vacation

Preview: “If you have the vacation blues really bad, then you might even be a little negative, which is the last thing you want at your food truck, because you are a boss, manager and a leader, and negativity also won’t play well with the customers (or the employees).”

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