Follow That Food Truck! is a free mobile app for iPhone and Android that uses GPS to display the real-time location of all nearby food trucks. Food truck operators can even customize their truck’s profile by displaying contact info, a website, hours, or menus. And the best part is it doesn’t cost a penny!
The app was launched in the food truck-friendly city of Lexington, KY, where over 30 food trucks thrive. But food truck owners and diners can use the app nationwide. Any food truck owner can download the app and start using it immediately for free. Over 7,000 people have already downloaded the app to find food trucks and that number grows every day.
How to Use the App - A Quick Tutorial for Food Truck Owners
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Android Version of Follow That Food Truck! Launches
It's finally here!! The Android version of Follow That Food Truck! just launched and it's free for everyone in the Google Play Store. The Android app has arrived just in time for peak food truck season in the height of the summer. Now everyone can get in on the food truck fun.
Follow That Food Truck! Takes First Place in 5 Across Pitch Competition
On Wednesday night, we presented Follow That Food Truck! at the 5 Across pitch competition sponsored by Awesome Inc., the Kentucky Innovation Network, Commerce Lexington, and the Lexington Venture Club. The event was held at Awesome Inc. on Main Street in downtown Lexington. Five startups presented ideas to an audience and a panel of judges.
Just open the app and the map will display every active food truck in your area. Toggle between Map and List view, or expand truck descriptions to see additional information like operating hours, recommended items, and truck contact info. Follow That Food Truck! makes finding your favorite trucks much easier.
You never have to depend on social media again. Twitter is great, but what if your customers miss the tweet? With Follow That Food Truck!, you flip one switch and your location will instantly be broadcasted to every hungry diner in town. Stop worrying about marketing and focus on what you do best--cooking great food.