Friday, December 9, 2022

New Food Truck Headed to Williamsburg Area

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WILLIAMSBURG-A new food truck will soon begin operations in the Williamsburg area.

Moto Crepes will sell a variety of creative sweet and savory crepes throughout Hampton Roads. To prepare, the company is looking for crew members to join its team. Moto Crepes is hiring individuals with customer service experience to take orders, package orders, restock, and maintain the truck. For additional information, email motocrepesva@gmail.com or visit the Moto Crepes Facebook page.

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