Blue Ridge Community College has sent out a request for letters of interest from local food truck vendors. The college hopes to develop a rotation where a different truck will serve lunch each day of the week when the college is open. Only one truck at a time would serve the Henderson County campus in Flat Rock, and another would serve the Transylvania County campus in Brevard, where the school piloted the project. The Brevard truck was visible from the highway and was open to the entire public. The Flat Rock truck is also expected to draw business from off the college campus. The exact location for the Flat Rock truck is yet to be determined, as the college will work with successful candidates to arrange for power and seating. Administrators are interested in hosting a food truck in Henderson County because that campus has closed its dining room just as students from the Innovative High School will start putting more demand on the cafeteria. Successful candidates will have a self-contained operation, meet state standards for sanitation, and honor the school’s exclusive agreement with PepsiCo for beverage offerings. Special efforts are being made to recruit local businesses with minority majority ownership. If all goes according to schedule, the trucks will begin serving customers on campus this fall.