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 What do ya' think of my food truck concept and vinyl wrap?

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VenusPaw

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  • Location: Livin' the dream in Durango, CO
What do ya' think of my food truck concept and vinyl wrap? Thu, 01/26/12 1:22 PM (permalink)
   (Fingers crossed I inserted the pic correctly this time.) There's still some tweaking to be done but this is the proof the wrap company and I came up with. I found her in Vegas through Craigslist and drove her non-heat (at the time) having butt to Durango back in November and nearly froze to death in a Flagstaff snowstorm. Since then, she's been in reconstruction phase: new wiring, minor mechanical issues, refrigeration work, etc. Fortunately, I found a busy location where I can plug into shore power and not have to bother with a generator and I plan to be up and running by mid-March.
   The draw is the $5 daily special: spaghetti, soup and sammie, etc., but the a la carte menu will be the bulk of my business. My mascot is "Bucky", a buck-toothed deer (buck) that I plan to use in all my marketing. My personal Hamburglar, if you will.  http://s1172.photobucket....7c03275ab8_5_Proof.jpg
<message edited by VenusPaw on Thu, 01/26/12 2:24 PM>
 
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