Tasty Trucks celebrates new Vanchise launch
There are simply no bumps in the road for Tasty Trucks, who continue to travel the fast road to success.
The all-conquering chequered flag was waved proudly in celebration last week when Tasty Trucks unveiled the first of its new Vanchise model.
Tasty Trucks, which has undergone enormous development in the past six months, launched its Vanchise model late last year with the view to expand its fleet of mobile food delivery vans throughout the industrial centres of Australia.
Alicia Bennett became the very first Vanchisee under the new model, giving Tasty Trucks 12 Vanchises amongst the 86-van group.
This exciting announcement comes on the back of Tasty Trucks’ interstate expansion launch in January, which saw the acquisition of the Newcastle-based Lunch Express business.
Tasty Trucks founder Colin Lear said it was a very exciting time for the business.
"We will invest $2M this year as we increase our state-of-the-art fleet of mobile food delivery vans across Australia," Colin said.
"We are very active in the market place to grow the brand nationally and look forward to others like Alicia becoming Tasty Trucks business owners.
"Alicia is the first driver to become a Vanchise and there are others who have expressed interest in going down the same road."
Alicia said owning a business was something that she always wanted to do but never thought she could achieve.
"Tasty Trucks has made it extremely easy for me to become a small business owner and I could not be more grateful," she said.
"Already I am seeing the benefits of being a Vanchisee and I hope to drive my business to be the best it can be."
"Alicia is a very hard worker and she is already one of the best performers. I have no doubt that as a Vanchise, she will perform even better," Colin said.
Tasty Trucks was established in 1989 and serves more than than 18,000 meals each day and more than one million fresh sandwiches every year from its 86 vans.