Students attending state colleges and universities have officially headed back to school for another year of classes, dorm living, and in some cases eating at food trucks. While the last part may come as a bit of a surprise, since 2012 an increasing number of food trucks have made their way to college campuses and […]
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Due in large part to the growth of local wineries, Temecula has become a popular weekend trip for residents of Southern California. In case you’ve never visited, the city of Temecula is located in Riverside County about 90 minutes south of Los Angeles and 60 minutes north from Downtown San Diego and attracts visitors from […]
With a population of over 120,000, Fargo is the largest city inside the state of North Dakota. Pair the rising population with the major colleges, including North Dakota State University, you’ve got the backdrop of a more diverse spread of people than anywhere else in the state. In addition to more cultural and entertainment opportunities, […]
One of the first big goals when starting a business is to have the means to quit your day job. In fact, there are plenty entrepreneurs that started their businesses for the sole reason they hated their regular 9-to-5 so much. So the big question is… at what point should you quit your job to […]
Is a food truck worth it? We surveyed 300 full-time food truck owners and asked them to share annual revenue figures for their businesses to help answer this question. Of the 300 that we surveyed, a total of 223 vendors responded with annual income estimates. Vendors were given a list of five options to choose […]
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