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These Okies want to help you find some meals on wheels

By Lacey Lett Published: August 27, 2014
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photo - Truck It Co-Founders Josh DeLozier, left and Travis Stephens in Oklahoma City, Thursday  August  21, 2014.
Truck It Co-Founders Josh DeLozier, left and Travis Stephens in Oklahoma City, Thursday August 21, 2014. "Truck It" is a new food truck App. to locate food trucks in the metro area. Photo By Steve Gooch, The Oklahoman

It’s a food truck frenzy in Oklahoma, and if you’ve been to H&8th on the last Friday of the month then you know what I’m talking about.

Dozens of food trucks pack the city streets, but what happens to the gourmet eateries on wheels once the night is over? Josh Delozier and Travis Stephens made finding food trucks as easy as a tap of a button with TruckItOKC. Delozier said they created the app last year with the help of food truck owners to give them what they wanted in an app.

“Once they (food truck owners) set up their profile, they can check in at a location in under 30 seconds, push a single button to tweet out that location to their followers, and share their menu with the click of a button,” Delozier said. “Time is critical in the world of mobile cuisine, and our app is a great resource for everyone involved in the process.”

He said the idea started after trying to find a food truck to eat at for lunch.

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Where TruckItOKC hangs out: Grandad's Bar in Uptown 23rd, Elemental Coffee in Midtown and Empire Slice House in the Plaza District.

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