Saturday, April 6, 2019 from 8:15 AM to 12:00 PM CDT
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SCORE Conference Room 
1150 South Freeway
Fort Worth, TX 76104

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Joni Garza, SCORE Administrator 
Fort Worth - Chapter 120 

How to start a Food Truck and Mobile Catering Business

Space is Limited – This Seminar Will Sell Out

Opening a food truck can seem daunting at first. There are many things to consider, from choosing the right location and finding financing, to buying equipment and selecting the right name. This class will help you get started and explore the differences between a brick and mortar location versus a mobile location, like a food truck.

A food truck is like a restaurant on wheels. It has several distinct advantages over a traditional dine-in restaurant. A food truck can go to where the customers are. Compared to a restaurant, a food truck has low overhead and requires far less staff. However, a food truck is a business that still requires a lot of work and attention, especially in the first couple of years.

Guest Presenter: Chuck Bryant from

Clearfork and Fort Worth Food Park

Experts from Locavore Kitchen Fort Worth

People Fund- Source of funds for your truck

Farmers Insurance coverage for your business

Some Topics Covered:

Permits, Regulations, and Licenses

Blueprint of a Business Model Canvas

Work Environment: Commercial Kitchens, Cleaning

Marketing Strategies for 2019


Greg Kalina speaks from experience not from theory. He has owned or operated food trucks, trailers and push carts. He has owned and worked for large corporations opening and operating restaurants, bakeries, and the new phenomenon Pop Up restaurants He is current in food service operations, fads and trends.

 Greg will teach you the one most important things HOW TO MAKE MONEY..

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Note: Refunds will be processed upon request up to 7 days before the workshop date. No credit of paid workshop fees will be applied to future workshops for cancellation after 7 days prior to the workshop date or non-attendance. 

All workshops held at locations other than the James Guinn complex in Fort Worth, TX will not be able to accept debit/credit card payments. Checks are accepted but no cash payments.
SCORE is a 501(c)(3) non-profit association dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship. We have been doing this for over fifty years.

Because our work is supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), and thanks to our network of 10,000 volunteers, we are able to deliver our services at no charge or at very low cost.