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Our food trucks and trailers have been seen on ABC, NBC, CNN, Food Network and the Cooking Channel. Most importantly, if you are asking yourself why would I buy from Concession Nation, Inc. and not another company? It is simple, we do not design, we create. Our work is custom. We pride ourselves in making your vision come to reality. We are the best in this business, and don't take our word fot it...see it yourself. Take a moment to browse throughout our websites, and make notice of our expertise, years of experience, versatility and quality. In addition, we value our customers and you will experience it from the moment you call. We encourage you to visit our 10,000 sq ft warehouse in Florida to check our work in progress and ready to go projects.

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We can say with certainty that fast food truck franchising in general will take off - forcing us to wait and discover whether mainstream fast food restaurants or entrepreneurs will get to it first. Co-founder of Mobi Munch, Aaron Noveshen, estimates that ten percent of the top 200 restaurant chains will have a mobile presence in the next two years.

This food truck craze is not slowing down. According to Technomic, an industry research and consulting firm, twenty-six percent of Americans reported that they had visited a food truck at least once in the last six months. This statistic is especially high, given that most trucks are only concentrated in larger cities.

For many in the food industry, creating a mobile presence through the use of fast food trucks is the logical next step. It's a way to create profits with little up-front costs. It's also a newer way to test markets. If your franchise is thinking about branching out to a different part of the city or a different city entirely, what better way to test the waters than to send a truck to a nearby location to see how it performs? Through the use of a truck, a franchiser can test out menus, locations and prices to determine optimal business decisions.