COLORADO SPRINGS — Over the past few weeks food truck owners are seeing an increase in business since so many restaurants have had to close to sit down customers due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
News5 caught up with two owners who want residents to know they are open and serving hungry folks daily during this difficult time.
"You know Saturday's Square Food Truck Rally close down with everything that's going on, so I know a lot of food trucks are trying to figure out what they are doing, where they're going," said Lee Glasser with Devil Dog's.
"We try to minimize contact. We let people process their own payment, we just type in the amount and let them put their own card in just keep contact down," said Jermain Jackson with RJ Food and Catering Service. "I think that times like this, we need to pull together, to take care of each other, you know what I'm saying, make sure everyone's doing okay."