Fishers last month became the first Hamilton County community to pass an ordinance specifically regulating the new fleet of mobile businesses. The controversial measure was intended to encourage food trucks to roll into town, but vendors say it could have the opposite effect.
The economics of operating in the ’burbs are uncertain to begin with, Indianapolis-based Scratchtruck owner Matt Kornmeyer said, citing the typical sprawl that limits foot traffic.
A lot of people still don’t understand food trucks. We’re not corporate raiders, coming in and taking business and profits overseas
Campus Life announces the inaugural Food Truck 5K and Family Fun Walk to be held Sunday, May 19, 2013 at Sunset Hill County Park. Registration will begin at 3:30pm followed by a 4:30pm start time
This is Indianapolis’ first all vegetarian food truck event! We need your attendance to show these food trucks that Veg*ism is running strong in Indianapolis and vegetarian & vegan items should be on their menus.
Its convenience for customers. They can just step right outside we are fast so you don’t have to wait a long time we are not expensive either. You are saving a lot of money, it’s fast you are eating good food so it is kind of a win-win for everybody involved
I need more customers and maybe customers stop by and in the truck and don’t come in for a bite here and eat here in the restaurant
I think this is a great idea they should do this more often. All the trucks are lined up in one place. It’s great
A Fort Wayne food truck business is up for a national award for its items on the menu.
Serendipity Mobile Catering was founded by Chef William Gruesser to bring the highest quality food to your business, home, or off the curbside. “Serendipity” truck is one of Indy’s most equipped catering/food trucks