Caption: She’s a 1976 Dodge Titan motor home.
Our Mission is to:
- Join, then lead, the growing Pike’s Peak Food Truck Movement, with a commitment to providing local, fresh, and whole foods
- Provide the ‘missing link’ for Colorado Springs’ vegetarians, vegans and Celiacs, offering Whole-Menu substitution availability…while simultaneously satisfying committed carnivores
- Serve our customers how they would have us serve them
- Be eager for growth – in our menus, in our knowledge, in our future endeavors
A food truck operator is part chef, part mechanic, and full-time improviser. -Dylan
Timeline of Vore Food Truck, as told by Dylan:
Fall of 2014: Dylan’s “Thing”
What was to be Vore started in my brain. I called Palyn and asked if he’d like to be part of a thing. Maybe a food truck. My D&D buddy Shawn had already expressed a need and eagerness to escape from corporate food service. So it was the three of us who stated on the journey.
For the next few months we logged hours upon hours at coffee shops, building a plan.
December: Road Trip
We found a “beast of a truck” up in Denver, and took a road trip – a few weeks later the truck was ours. We spent a lot of cold time on our backs, bleeding, and swearing.
April 2015: Vore Truck Debut
Our first month in service.