Left to right:  Ben Maples, Jim Owens, Zach Maner, Laura Maner, Beckett Maner, Kaye Moore, Dr. Tory Moore, Alexa Maples, Carl Watson, and Cesar Conde

Kokken Food Truck owner and chef Laura Maner was joined by her husband, Zach; son, Beckett; parents, Dr. Tory and Kaye Moore; and officials of the Dumas/Moore County Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday next to the 8th. Street Event Center as she cut a ribbon and officially joined the Chamber of Commerce.  Maner has been offering up sandwiches, soups, salads, deserts, and other dishes to appreciative customers at various locations around Dumas since Oct.  She also does catering.  Maner, a graduate of Texas Tech, originally had her business in a brick and mortar building on main street, but she says she loves food trucks.  "My ultimate goal would actually be an entire fleet of food trucks -- and eventually get into other things -- where we can feed Dumas and spread the love of the lord while we do it."  Her food truck is open Tue. through Sat., 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.  She is at 8th St. Events Center on Tuesday, Silveus Insurance on Wed., Window on the Plains Museum on Thursday, Cultivate on Friday, and Dumas Vision Source on Saturday.

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