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Kimberly Cooper
Marketing Coordinator

Food Trucks Roll in for the Summer Semester

Houston, June 15, 2015 — Food trucks, which have become an integral part of the University of Houston dining experience, will continue to service the campus over the summer.

The trucks operate next to the Science building, which is across Entrance 14 from Agnes Arnold Hall, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.

"The food truck program has been a wonderful asset to the dining program and that's why we will continue to offer this option to the UH community," said Deborah Davis, director of Auxiliary Services.

This summer's food truck choices range from classic comforts to unique culinary creations. The rotation will include Rice Box, Kurbside Eatz, Coreanos, Golden Grill and the Waffle Bus, as well as Friohana and Custom Confections.

"We want the food truck program to reflect our dedication to providing students, staff and faculty members variety throughout the summer," said Geoffrey Herbert, district manager of UH Dining Services.

The trucks accept cash, credit/debit cards and Cougar Cash.

Visit the food truck schedule online. For more information about UH Dining Services, visit, like them on Facebook at and follow them on Twitter at


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