Chick-N-Que food truck worker Jackie Harris hands off an order to Wendell resident Matthew Taylor, left, at the food truck luncheon at Wendell Park in Wendell in March. Smaller Triangle towns are joining Raleigh and Durham in allowing food trucks as a way to lure new people to their downtowns.
Chick-N-Que food truck worker Jackie Harris hands off an order to Wendell resident Matthew Taylor, left, at the food truck luncheon at Wendell Park in Wendell in March. Smaller Triangle towns are joining Raleigh and Durham in allowing food trucks as a way to lure new people to their downtowns. AARON MOODY amoody@newsobserver.com
Chick-N-Que food truck worker Jackie Harris hands off an order to Wendell resident Matthew Taylor, left, at the food truck luncheon at Wendell Park in Wendell in March. Smaller Triangle towns are joining Raleigh and Durham in allowing food trucks as a way to lure new people to their downtowns. AARON MOODY amoody@newsobserver.com

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