5 Articles That Will Lead To Food Truck Success During Summer 2018

Summer 2018

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, Jeremy has launched many other successful companies.

If you want to achieve success on a yearly basis, then you have to stick with what works, eliminate what doesn’t work, incorporate new strategies and always be looking for ways to refine your business.

While every business is different, we encourage food truck owners to check out the below articles (previews and links will be provided) in hopes of achieving success during Summer 2018.

5 Articles That Will Lead To Food Truck Success During Summer 2018

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Ways To Take Your Food Truck Business To The Next Level During Summer 2018

Preview: “It’s important to get out of your comfort zone. If you’ve always wanted to set up shop at a downtown area or festival, then try to achieve that goal this summer. Likewise, if you’ve always wanted to incorporate catering to your business, then try landing a catering job this summer. Make Summer 2018 the season you went for it.”

Productivity Tips For Food Truck Owners

Preview: “It’s not always easy to eliminate distractions when you have a bunch of people around you, and that can be the case whether you work in a coffee shop, at an office or in a food truck. With that said, you won’t become the most productive person you can be until you eliminate distractions. Whether this means doing your most important tasks when you are alone, or when you have downtime, the choice is yours, but eliminating distractions can — and should — lead to your most productive work, and that could lead to your best work and you saving time.”

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7 Ways To Increase Your Food Truck Sales

Preview: “In general, if you want to increase your food truck sales, then you need to think of creative strategies to lure people to your mobile kitchen. Some people do this by creating a friendly and upbeat atmosphere and community. Others simply add music, which can be a big boost for your customers and employees.”

5 Ways To Improve Your Food Truck’s SEO

Preview: “Customers have an online smorgasbord of choices when searching for where to grab a bite to eat. While the food truck industry is booming, so are the competitive pressures and marketing challenges that your food truck business faces.”

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10 Ways Food Truck Owners Can Break Up Their Days

Preview: “The best part about this step? It could lead to you bettering your food truck business (depending on what you are reading/learning about, of course). Another good part? You don’t have to leave your business to do it. You can simply bring a book to work, browse the internet for relevant and informative articles, etc.”

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