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10 fundraising tips for your journalism program

Selling advertising is probably the best way to fund your journalism program. But my newspaper and yearbook students seem to have trouble selling ads to local businesses. 521 more words

Food Truck Family


With the growing popularity of food trucks it’s no wonder that sites are popping up all over social media making it easier to find the trucks you love or the ones you can’t wait to try. 396 more words

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Food truck nation: America mapped by its kati rolls, bulgogi tacos, and artisanal slushies

Food trucks aren’t a new phenomenon in the US—they were popularized in the suburbs after World War II, and in their earliest incarnations, they even predated the invention of the automobile. 207 more words

That's What Cheese Said!!

If you remember back a few blogs ago I told you about our friends Brandon, Bryant and James were flipping one of our trucks. http://foodcartusawestcoast.wordpress.com/2014/05/05/flip-this-truck/ 221 more words

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Rick's Hit The Spot


When I started thinking about a Blog I wanted to do for Rick’s Hit The Spot food truck that we built; I started at their website. 435 more words

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"New" Dining Concept?

Last weekend, Steve, Lea, Kya and I headed out to the Farmers Market for a picnic lunch.  We ordered from the gourmet food trucks, laid out a blanket and ate under the only shady spot we could find…along the edge of the grass on a pebble, dirt walkway.  187 more words

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Tri-Tip Man


We here at FoodCart USA West Coast are very proud to announce that Tri Tip Man is up and running in Orange County. We know firsthand how amazing these sandwiches are. 198 more words

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