Nathan Mackenzie ’12 spotted this on the Weswings website:
Coming to a street corner near you!Weswings and the Red & Black Café are looking for members of the Wesleyan community (students, faculty, staff, and alumni/ae) to join us in an exciting new venture. We will be adding a green (eco-friendly) food/catering truck that we plan to make run on used fryer oil and maybe solar powered electrical systems. There will be plenty of ways to help, you don’t have to be a mechanic. If you are interested in finding out more and joining this project, (and just maybe saving the planet) email us at weswheels(at)weswings.com. We will be having an informational meeting, to further explain the project, in the next few weeks, after we gage interest from the community.
Sounds like a great idea – an environmentally friendly service and more food options on campus. Weswings has created a blog – weswheels.blogspot.com – about the venture. Will Mamoun’s lose its monopoly on the on campus food truck business?
Ed and Karen of Weswings and Red and Black Café also emailed us about it — looks like it’s official.