Tuesday, October 8th, 2019

5 Reasons to choose food truck catering over traditional catering

Next time you’re planning a catered event for your team consider food truck catering as a fun alternative to sandwich trays and chicken parm.  Sales meetings are more fun, company bbqs are more unique, and corporate retreats are more meaningful with food truck catering.

Below are 5 advantages of food truck catering.

Food trucks are memorable and unique– Imagine the smiles on the faces of your team when a shiny food truck rolls in.  Food truck catering is about making people happy while providing delicious home-made sustenance. Not only do folks love the experience of eating from a food truck, they talk about the experience for days to come.  It’s been proven that highly engaged employees are more productive, and nothing drives engagement than eating and enjoying each others company.

They’re super fast!– Your guests want to focus on fun, not standing in line.  Food truck catering is super speedy. In most cases your guests receive their food within five minutes of eating.

They’re cost effective– When we’re talking about feeding the masses, it’s important for your caterer to be cost effective.  When feeding over 50 guests pricing starts at $10 per person* and includes staff, setup, cleanup, utensils, and napkins.

They offer tons of variety– Food trucks offer great variety whether you’re looking for brick oven pizza, fresh Asian fusion, tacos, or BBQ.  Most food trucks also offer options for vegans, vegetarians, and folks with gluten sensitivities.

Anywhere, anytime– The great thing about being on wheels is that food trucks can literally go anywhere your event is being held.  Are you having a team-building event at a ropes course in the middle of the woods? BBQ at the park? Sales event in your parking lot?  No matter where you’re going to be, food trucks can easily get there.

For more information about food truck catering contact us at www.Jerrys-Kitchen.com

*20% service charge applies

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Scott is the GM of Jerry's Kitchen. He blogs about food, eating, restaurants, and catering. Bala Cynwyd, King of Prussia, Plymouth Meeting, Malvern, Main Line, Philadelphia, South Jersey, Bucks County.

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