With all the talk about food trucks, you may not have realized that cooks aren't the only vendors taking their product on the road.
Meet Ryan Weiss, owner of Rock Every Wear, who is operating a clothing truck.
And Weiss says the concept may have very loose boundaries.
"People are trying to bring that exciting trend to the smaller cities like us, and bring some excitement here," Weiss tells AkronNewsNow.com. "so, I definitely see the clothing trucks and the jewelry trucks and the shoe trucks and things like that definitely coming out here in the next few years."
Weiss says clothing or other retail trucks are a little different than food trucks.
"It's going to be fully done inside, we're going to have a flat screen TV and an X-box and make it like a mobile event, and have live music and things like that," Weiss says. "So, it's definitely a lot bigger picture than just a 'mobile store'."
Weiss says it could be about more than just one truck.
"We don't want it to be just about us," Weiss says. "A big part of our business is getting the community involved, and it being more than just about us getting our product out there. So, we're really excited and we think it's going to be a very cool project."
You might spot Weiss's clothing truck outside regional sporting events for now, but he says it would be great to team up with other vendors to create more of an event --- probably like the highly successful food truck roundup recently held in Fairlawn.