Sioux City couple building food truck lot to help small community businesses
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Sioux Metropolis couple constructing meals truck lot to assist small group companies

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SIOUX CITY (KTIV) – A Siouxland couple is engaged on a venture to assist small companies in the neighborhood. For months now, Peggy La and her husband John Keoasa have been constructing a Meals Truck Lot.

“We’ve been touring round for the previous few years, and we prefer to eat out. We’ve seen meals vans in all places it doesn’t matter what metropolis. We’ve traveled the nation and we expect this can be a poppin’ scene, that is rising,” mentioned Peggy La of Sioux Metropolis.

That “poppin’ scene” can be positioned on West seventh Avenue proper right here in Sioux Metropolis. The couple mentioned the objective with the brand new addition is to deliver extra range to the town and maximize enterprise for the meals truck homeowners.

“We wished to be a distinct segment in the neighborhood with one thing thriving and new. We wished to be the primary to make it occur and be the primary pioneers of bringing one thing revolutionary to the group,” mentioned John Keoasa.

“I am fairly optimistic it is going to be a giant hit within the space,” mentioned La.

The lot offers sufficient room for seven meals vans.

La mentioned the meals vans should present proof that they’ve a meals allow license and insurance coverage earlier than being allowed to make use of it. The price for a spot on the lot can be $500 a month.

“First come, first serve for the entire month, and you may determine if you happen to prefer it or not and you may keep for the subsequent month, it is as much as you,” mentioned La.

The couple remains to be attempting to determine on a great identify for his or her new venture. They’ve narrowed it down to 2 choices: Yummy Blox or Yummy Nook.

John and Peggy plan on a grand opening subsequent spring. For these focused on contacting Peggy for a spot on the lot you may name her at (712) 204-62-63.