Food trucks wanted for South Carolina industrial park
ORANGEBURG, S.C. (AP) — A South Carolina city industrial park is searching for more food trucks to feed its employees.
Gregg Robinson, executive director of the Orangeburg County Development Commission, says the local industrial park doesn’t have a lot of food vendors nearby. Robinson told The Orangeburg Times and Democrat that the workers need quick lunch options.
A food truck offering fried fish and barbecue heads to the industrial park on average about twice a month. Robinson says that’s been well-received.
Officials are hoping to get food trucks onsite daily.
Orangeburg County Administrator Harold Young says the downtown revitalization association will gauge which vendors were most popular at a recent craft beer and food truck festival and will send the county a list to pursue for the industrial park.
Information from: The Times & Democrat, http://www.timesanddemocrat.com