Ever wondered what it takes to succeed as a food truck entrepreneur? The Athens-based food truck owners that students know and love are telling their stories in an event held by the Center for Entrepreneurship on October 11 from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. in Baker Center 240/242.
Local food trucks Ali Baba, Burrito Buggy, Petru and Holy Guacamole each have their own unique story of invention. Ali Baba claims the title of oldest food truck around, started in 1988 and built from scratch. Burrito Buggy almost vanished until a lover of the truck stepped in to save it. Petru began by selling chocolate at the Athens Farmer’s Market, and then developed into a food truck. Holy Guacamole was established by a chef with knowledge in many different cuisines.
Come join a group of food lovers and entrepreneurs, and hear more about the individual stories of the food trucks so many enjoy.