WEBINAR: Food Truck Branding 101

How strong is your brand? Time for a checkup! 

Check out this free webinar on how you can take your food truck brand to the next level.

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A brand is about more than a cute logo and a catchy slogan; it is how you connect with your community on a fundamental level. For food truck owners, hitting the streets with a strong brand in place is key to success. 

In this webinar, Ross Resnick (CEO of Roaming Hunger) and Ross Kimbarovsky (CEO of crowdspring) team up to teach you how to create an impactful brand. 

In this webinar, you’ll learn… 

  • How brands foster a sense of community and create intimacy with your customers 
  • The science behind logos and imagery, including how subtleties like color scheme unconsciously affect consumers 
  • Interactive exercises to help you identify and analyze strong branding 
  • Guidance on succinct copywriting with a clear CTA to inspire conversions 
  • Basic aspects of food truck branding including menu presentation, photo placement, logo creation, and more 

These two founders have helped thousands of food trucks get started, develop unique brands, and grow their businesses. You can trust their knowledge and gain invaluable insight from their guidance.

Check out the webinar here. (email required)


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