Food Trucks, Regrouping

In a new twist in the ongoing campaign to form a professional association for food-truck owners, the Las Vegas Food Truck Association announced July 23 that it had dissolved its board of directors and is setting up a process for food-truck owners to elect a new board. Supporters also confirmed they are giving up, for now, on the idea of managing parking spots and event bookings. The association will hold its next briefing for mobile-food entrepreneurs September 9 at a location to be determined; mini-burgers will be served.

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