On The Move Hosts BIG Reveal to Showcase Its Latest Innovation

Everyone is obsessed with food trucks these days, which is why there was so much excitement surrounding a recent open house event hosted by On The Move. The company, which is famed for its innovative food truck designs, had an exciting new product to reveal. So, the team put together a big party for the unveiling and streamed the REVEAL live on Facebook. Every attendee waited in anticipation to see what, exactly, On The Move had cooked up. There were a couple of interesting hints: the theme of the open house was Slide out to Boerne, and the team served sliders to all of the guests! Still confused?

On The Move’s reveal was an additional slide out food truck add to their patented design! This innovation will make it easier than ever for food truck owners to serve their eager customers by providing the extra space they need to invent intriguing new food combinations and delectable dishes.

Food trucks are everywhere you go, yet to have a truly successful food truck takes a tremendous amount of planning and exacting execution. On The Move began their food truck program in 2012, and since then has developed a truly unique food truck design which increases the interior working space while allowing a more personal interaction with a larger number of customers.

On The Move works closely with their clients to realize their specific needs and ensure their trucks meet all the regulatory guidelines with durable and properly fitted equipment. To learn more about the custom food trucks available from On The Move, visit onthemovefoodtrucks.com today!

Check out their next reveal party on February 22, 2018 from 5pm-8pm at Hotel Derek.  Call 830-428-0779 to RSVP and to learn more.

Read more at onthemovetrucks.com

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