With the recent lifting of the ban against food trucks in Riverside County, people are beginning to think about mobile food eateries.  This emerging business type to the county will present a variety of opportunities for investors, food truck operators, restaurateurs and foodies alike.

On Thursday, January 30th at 6:30pm, ShareKitchen’s Executive Director Angela Janus will be hosting an informational workshop on the topics ranging from the local and county legislations that will be governing food truck operations and what these mean to the Coachella Valley’s residents and businesses to the operational requirements of the Department of Environmental Health.  Costs associated with starting up and operating a food truck will also be discussed as well as an overview of the custom options available in these gourmet kitchens on wheels.

Are you interested in owning and operating a food truck? ShareKitchen can help you in taking your idea and making it a reality via our signature “Concept to Consumer” business development program.  We are offering an intensive business planning program for food truck entrepreneurs beginning in March.  Our programs are catered toward the background and experience levels of each participant and our goal is to help you fulfill yours.

Food trucks are also attractive investments if you are looking to diversify your portfolio and support a local burgeoning industry. ShareKitchen’s Finance Director, Haddon Libby will speak on the Return on Investment potential of purchasing a truck and how leasing a truck to a new business operator can help build our local economy and create jobs.

ShareKitchen’s “Kitchen Cabinet” of industry specialists has helped grow this industry in Los Angeles County to what it is today and is excited to bring their skills and expertise here to the Coachella Valley.

Space for this workshop is limited so reserve your seat online today at www.ShareKitchen.org