UM's new food truck begins service April 8

2013-03-30T08:55:00Z 2013-03-30T08:56:46Z UM's new food truck begins service April 8 missoulian.com

University Dining Services’ new food truck will begin serving the Missoula College West Campus and the University of Montana main campus on Monday, April 8.

The Galloping Griz will serve breakfast and lunch fare Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Missoula College West Campus located at Fort Missoula.

On the UM campus, the truck will operate from 8:30 p.m. to midnight Saturday through Wednesday on the south side of the Lommasson Center. Payment will be accepted in the form of cash, credit or debit cards, UMoney and Premium Plus dining plans.

UDS purchased the state-of-the-art mobile kitchen after hearing requests for food service at MC’s West Campus and for late-night service on the UM campus.

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    BobbyLee - March 30, 2013 10:26 am
    This is to enable University Dining Services to "stay ahead of the curve and get out in front of it," as recently explained by Mr. Spencer, one of the genius wordsmiths employed by the UM; a place of higher learning.

    "West... Campus?" You were supposed, Missoulian, to keep that quiet. People are not supposed to know that there is already a functioning campus at Fort Missoula, because of the "floodplain," the lack of "internet connectivity," and the dire need to keep students "closer to the Curry Health Center." The latter, no doubt, because they are an unhealthy disease-ridden lot.

    Dropped the ball there.
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