From Food Cart to Food Truck
I Don’t Give a Fork Debuts New Food Truck
Just about one month ago the owner of I Don’t Give A Fork, Leigh Ann Tona, turned to Vending Trucks for help to expand her existing food cart business and upgrade its equipment. Having heard about our quick project completion time owner, Leigh Ann Tona, knew that coming to Vending Trucks for her desired upgrades wouldn’t mean closing her business for long.
Leigh Ann created the food cart’s menu with everyday workers and students in mind, who are constantly on-the-go and too busy to sit down for a meal. And thus, the name I Don’t Give a Fork was born – delicious and easy-to-eat food with no forks needed! Now after a year and a half of serving hungry University of Delaware students and faculty, the food cart has been upgraded to an 18’ diesel food truck.
I Don’t Give a Fork’s reopening has generated such a huge response in the Delaware community; it’s safe to say utensils won’t be necessary on University of Delaware’s campus for the foreseeable future.
After finding the food truck to best fit Leigh Ann’s needs, Vending Trucks completely built out and fabricated the vehicle with her specifications in mind. One custom feature of this 18’ food truck is the security awning, which adds protection for the vehicle and equipment as well as extra branding space. At Vending Trucks we offer custom design options like graphic vinyl wrapping, fabricating, and endless commercial kitchen equipment selections.
Just a few weeks of renovations and custom fabrication, the once food cart is now a completely redesigned 18’ diesel food truck, with brand new stainless steel equipment and an eye catching, exterior vinyl wrap. With all its enhancements, it is now fully loaded and equipped with all the bells and whistles necessary to prep, store, and serve various breakfast and lunch options to University of Delaware students, faculty, and nearby surrounding areas.
On the recent expansion Leigh Ann explains, “[The food truck] is a million times better and easier [than the food cart was]… and because of the increased room and business, I was able to hire employees!”
Upgrading to a fully loaded food truck gave Leigh Ann the opportunity to no longer be restricted to a stationary cart, but instead start traveling to various businesses several times a week to serve breakfast and lunch to hungry employees.
Check out I Don’t Give a Fork’s Facebook and Twitter pages for information on events the food truck will be attending or sign up to have breakfast or lunch served at your office on a semi-regular basis!