Category archives for: Greensboro

Greensboro, NC: Short Orders – Food Truck Rodeo Saturday

The hungry and the curious line up at the Baquettaboutit van during the lunch truck pilot program in downtown Greensboro in October.

Children’s activities, raffles and other activities also are planned.

Greensboro, NC: Are Food Trucks Good or Bad for Business in Greensboro?

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A new ordinance permitting food trucks has stirred debate about its impact on downtown Greensboro, both positive and negative

When it comes to the food truck debate playing out in Greensboro, two schools of thought have emerged.

Greensboro, NC: Downtown Greensboro Restaurants Upset About Food Truck Decision

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Eighty percent of the food trucks during this pilot program are not from Guilford County. Not from Greensboro. And they’d don’t employ 75 people locally

Greensboro, NC: Not Everyone Likes Downtown Food Trucks

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he city has also provided free advertising for the food trucks on the city website and often has a city employee on site to facilitate the program.

Greensboro, NC: Food Truck Pilot Program Approved for Private Property in Downtown Greensboro

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Food trucks can not set up within 50 feet of another restaurant.

Greensboro, NC : Editorial – Food trucks now

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It’s true that mobile vendors have lower overhead costs. They don’t employ as many workers, and they pay less in taxes.

Greensboro, NC: Food Truck Ban Lifted In Dowtown Greensboro

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By Lauren Melvin | Greensboro, NC — On Wednesday, Greensboro City Council gave food trucks the green light to operate downtown, but not just anywhere and it wasn’t without plenty of controversy. More than a dozen downtown restaurant owners spoke out against reversing the food truck ban. They said the Food Truck Pilot Program […]

GREENSBORO, NC: Food Trucks Cooking Up Success in Downtown Greensboro [video]

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Marketing company says they will be recommending them as a permanent fixture to the city.

Greensboro, NC: City Coucil Votes For Food Truck Pilot Program

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It’s just more variety for downtown.

Greensboro, NC: City Council Stages Its Own Food Truck Fight

City Councilmembers (from left) Zack Matheny, Trudy Wade, Marikay Abuzuaiter, Dianne Bellamy-Small, Mayor Robbie Perkins, Yvonne Johnson, Jim Kee, Nancy Vaughan and Nancy Hoffmann in the council chambers Tuesday night. Photo by: John Hammer.

No doubt by Christmas there will be some resolution