As we reported way back in April, Coastal Carolina is getting a mobile Starbucks truck, and the details have come out about Starbucks' little experiment.
CCU, along with James Madison University in Virgina and Arizona State University, will be the only three schools in the nation to know the joy of mobile Starbucks. The truck will offer a menu of food and drinks similar to the one found in their brick and morter locations.
The Starbucks mobile truck can move to various locations on campus throughout the day, making it convenient for students and faculty to grab a snack or beverage. While hours will vary on each campus, trucks are able to adjust business hours to suit the needs of their customers, in some cases staying open later than a dining hall.
The mobile truck, which complements Starbucks cafes currently located across campus, is a licensed store operated through Aramark and is a natural extension of the long-standing partnership between the two companies.
Thirsty, tired, and hungry Coastal Carolina students can expect to see the 'Bucks Truck -™theDigitel :) on September 18th.