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The food truck business is growing in Richmond County! There is still room for more of this type of business. You are invited to an informative event that will provide information about what is required to start and maintain a successful food truck business. The event will be held Thursday, November 16, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. at the Ag Services Center, located at 123 Caroline Street, Rockingham, NC.
The free event will feature speakers from Environmental Health, the Richmond Community College Small Business Center and Anthony Growe, Richmond County Livestock Agent from N.C. Cooperative Extension. We will also hear about business success and challenges from local food truck owner, Max Gardner from Max’s Millstone BBQ and Catering.
To attend please register via Eventbrite