LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FoodTruckRental.com connects food truck owners and renters, worldwide. Like AirBNB.com and VRBO.com have done for the tourism industry, FoodTruckRental.com is doing for the Food Truck Industry. It’s a new website where food truck owners can list their vehicles for rent, long or short term, or sale. Renters and buyers can search all available trucks by location, equipment, or simply “view all.” The best part, no middle-man; every submission through the site goes direct to the intended food truck owner so the parties can negotiate all terms directly.
ROADSTOVES: FoodTruckRental.com was created by Josh Hiller of RoadStoves (www.roadstoves.com) which started the “gourmet food truck” rental business. “We simply can’t supply the growing demand for rentals everywhere, but we know the trucks are out there. This is a way for all those individual truck owners out there to get in on the rental business, while making it easier for renters to find available food trucks.” The FoodTruckRental.com website allows food truck owners from anywhere in the world to create a profile of their truck, prospective renters to search that database, and the two to talk direct to negotiate the terms. Hiller, a lawyer with experience renting trucks to on-going clients like Kogi and The Grilled Cheese Truck, while serving short term corporate clients like Microsoft, Frito-Lay, ESPN and Food Network’s “The Great Food Truck Race,” has created a sample lease and checklist for FoodTruckRental.com clients.
FOOD TRUCK ADVERTISING: Food Trucks Listed on FoodTruckRental.com can be included in advertising inventory sold through advertiseonfoodtrucks.com, at the choice of the truck owner. “Advertising on Food Trucks is a growing business, and FoodTruckRental.com gives us additional inventory for targeted or broad geographic campaigns while giving food truck owners access to additional revenue,” adds Kathryn Lindsey of advertiseonfoodtrucks.com.
More information is available at www.FoodTruckRental.com.