Lexington Ranked #7 City to Open a Food Truck! -
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Lexington has been ranked #7 of the top 20 cities to open a food truck by Mobile-Cuisine.com based on factors such as licensing costs, freedom to operate under existing food truck laws, acceptance of small business entrepreneurs by local politicians and the strength of the local food truck organization.
The Time Is Now -
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
The Bluegrass Food Truck Association would like to take an opportunity to recognize the many supporters of the food truck movement. We could never thank or re-pay you enough for your encouragement and willingness to stand up for us, and what we know will be a wonderful addition to the city of Lexington, Kentucky.
New Online Petition! -
Monday, February 11, 2013
We have created a new online petition to support the use of public land by mobile food vendors!
New Food Truck Work Group Formed -
Sunday, February 03, 2013
A new food truck work group separate from last year's itinerant merchant task force has been created by Vice Mayor Gorton. Executive Director Sean Tibbetts as well as several city council members will begin the process on Thursday, February 7 and as always Ace Weekly was quick to bring it to print.
BFTA Goes To Council Again -
Friday, January 18, 2013
The Bluegrass Food Truck Association made another plea to Lexington's City Council last night at their bi-weekly meeting after one of their member trucks was denied one of the many permits required to operate at a government agency.
BluegrassFoodTrucks.org Gets a Facelift -
Friday, November 02, 2012
The Bluegrass Food Truck Association website got a major facelift this week. New features include ability to email all the trucks at once and a calendar where trucks can post their locations. And best of all...support for mobile devices!
Reprieve from the Economic Development Committee -
Tuesday, October 02, 2012
Food trucks were the third agenda item on the docket for the Committee of the Whole Economic Development Committee in Lexington today. The Bluegrass Food Truck Association showed up in force and provided a clear, simple response to the proposed ordinance. The conversation this topic generated was just amazing. Watch the video!