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Creative Ways Food Trucks are Staying in Business


How are you all holding up? Been almost two months since we furloughed everyone and put Food Truck Festivals of America on hold for a little while – and we’ve missed our trucks and our foodie fans. So, rather than just sit and watch Netflix, we’ve decided to reinvent ourselves:

Introducing:  Neighborhood StrEATS, a hyper local food truck program. Keep reading for more information and let us know if you would like a food truck to come to your neighborhood. All orders online in advance and all CDC rules are followed.


Want one where you live? Just fill out the form online.


ONLY online ordering in advance and all orders must have pick-up times with only 6 pick-ups per time slots.  So, no walk-ups, no cash or credit cards – all staff must wear masks and wear double gloves.  All COVID-19/CDC rules are followed – and all trucks are properly permitted. So far, the Neighborhood StrEATS program has been an amazing success – check it out here-- and let us know if you and your neighbors would like a food truck to visit – safely. We are hoping the program brings a little relief, not only to quarantined neighborhoods but also to some food trucks.   We also hope you and your families are safe and healthy – and know that we will be trying to stay in touch through it all.



Throughout these past few months everyone at Food Truck Festivals of America has been honored to work with with the many amazing food truck owners who have responded where they see a need. Here are some feel good stories from food trucks around the country. We have all the feels from these incredible food truck owners.


Food Trucks from Boston's Wahlburgers to