Glen R. Providence


When we made the decision to launch a mobile farmers market, we had no idea what we were getting ourselves into. As a non-profit organization, something like this was way out of our element and we had no idea what to expect. We were blessed to have a bus donated to us but little did we know that getting the bus was the easy part. We would run into a few bumps along the way that had us questioning our decision to continue. In the beginning of the of the process, we met with a few organizations who had agreed to provide us support, we even drove to Miami to meet with a design team to assist us with the layout and design of our bus which after 3 months really did not amount to much. The original scope of work would have required the moving of the bus from point A to point B multiple times over the course of 6 months to complete. Call it fate, but bumping into Jordan and his team (then at Prestige Food Trucks) was one of the best things that happened to us regarding the development of Fresh Stop, our mobile farmers market. Jordan took charge of the project and reassured us at every step of the project. His suggestions and ideas were brilliant and lead to the creation of something we are extremely proud of. When people come on the bus for the first time, they are amazed of the level of quality and design that went into the bus. I highly recommend that anyone who is interested in developing or purchasing a food truck to talk to Jordan and his team first.