A Starbuck's food truck is coming to three lucky college campuses this semester.
Yes, students at Arizona State University, James Madison University, and Coastal Carolina University will have their very own mobile Starbucks next week.
"Starbucks looks forward to delivering world class service and the Starbucks Experience customers around the world have come to know – even on four wheels." the multi billion dollar coffee conglomerate announced in a press release on its website.
After closing hundreds of store locations in 2008, it looked like the company that popularized the $4 cup of coffee might finally be slowing its bacterial-like spread. Instead, they've created a store that follows customers around wherever they go.
"Between classes, homework, extracurricular activities, jobs, and socializing with friends, today’s students truly embody the on-the-go lifestyle," said Cathy Schlosberg, Vice President of Marketing for Aramark, who operates the trucks.
Long live the food truck.
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