Program Board Food Truck Invasion event cancelled
The event will be rescheduled after negotiations with vendors fell through.
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Students who were looking forward to attending Program Board’s Food Truck Invasion will have to wait, as the organizers announced over Instagram Tuesday they had to cancel the event.
According to Richard Mahler, the assistant director of student activities and involvement for student affairs at FAU, the March 13 event was cancelled because of problems with the negotiation process.
“These food trucks need a minimum profit for each event and it was something we could not guarantee for each vendor,” Mahler wrote in an email. “We will continue to work with these entities to ensure the event happens in the near future.”
Mahler wrote that the event, which was to take place on the housing lawn, will be rescheduled at a to be determined later date.
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