Dallas, TX (PRWEB) October 29, 2012
Ambassador Row, on the northwest side of Dallas, welcomes a brand-new food truck park and commissary in beginning of November 2012. The park, owned and operated by U.S. Food Trucks, is the first venue of its type to open in Texas' largest and most famous city. According to company officials the commissary doors will open November 2, 2012.
U.S. Food Trucks says the park and commissary will feature security gates, electronic surveillance cameras, lots of vendor amenities and venue management services. Interested vendors will have access to gourmet food truck rentals on both a short and long-term basis. The truck rentals are a great opportunity for those who want to get started in the business, but don't have the money to purchase their own truck.
Company founder and president Michael D. Rangel is looking forward to the new opportunity from the standpoint of both vendor and patron. "I'm excited to be able to offer Dallas' first gourmet food truck park and commissary combination in the heart of the city," he said.
Rangel notes the food truck industry is exploding across the United States with plenty of growth room still available. He says the market is far from saturated, so those who want to get in on the ground flood could do very well both now and into the future.
Diners are encouraged to mark their calendars for the grand opening on Friday, November 2, 2012 from 4-8 pm at 7508 Ambassador Row in Dallas, Texas. U.S. Food Trucks helps entrepreneurs get started with their food truck business by providing them with some of the necessary means to become successful, you can get more information from U.S. Food Trucks by visiting their website at http://www.usfoodtrucksdfw.com.
About the company:
Food trucks are fast becoming one of the hottest trends in the restaurant industry today, with plenty of room to grow before the market becomes saturated. So for anybody wishing to get in on the craze, the time is now. U.S. Food Trucks helps entrepreneurs get started with their food truck business by providing financing, venue management and of course their new commissary. US Food Trucks wants to help make foodie dreams into a mobile cuisine reality. You can get more information from U.S. Food Trucks by visiting their website at http://www.usfoodtrucksdfw.com.
Anyone with an itch for a mobile restaurant or just want more information about the ins and outs of being a food truck owner, contact U.S. Food Trucks to get started on a road to success. For more information, please visit their website at http://usfoodtrucksdfw.com.