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\r\n\r\nLater this month, food trucks will reappear in the parking lots of two Oklahoma car dealerships on Saturdays to feed employees and the public.\r\n\r\nAfter a trial last August to October, Fowler Dodge in Oklahoma City — which also sells Chrysler, Jeep and Ram — and Fowler Volkswagen of Norman will offer customers and employees free food from these eateries on wheels.\r\n\r\nIt’s a way to set the dealerships apart from the competition, get people to come to the stores and support the local food trucks, said Jonathan Fowler, vice president of Fowler Holding Co. in Norman, which owns seven dealerships.\r\n\r\n”We do get people that show up just to eat food,” he admits.\r\n\r\nRead full article here.\r\n

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Aleksandar LilichUncategorizeddealerships,Food trucks,Global,global transportation,Ground transportation,taste,worldwide
\r\n\r\nLater this month, food trucks will reappear in the parking lots of two Oklahoma car dealerships on Saturdays to feed employees and the public.\r\n\r\nAfter a trial last August to October, Fowler Dodge in Oklahoma City -- which also sells Chrysler, Jeep and Ram -- and Fowler Volkswagen of Norman...