I must be hungry today. It’s that same hunger which drove me to the Jack in the Box on Figueroa at 30th in the middle of the night for a couple of greasy burgers and tacos. You remember those days, don’t you? If you don’t, not to worry because I have pictures.
The company that builds Burritobox kiosks has opened a location at the University of Southern California, making it the first campus in the nation to host the famed vending machine.
“We thought it was an amazing opportunity to bring fresh product to the campus for the students that have late night munchies,” said Kris Klinger, director of USC Hospitality.
He Krisy, I remember I’d eat just about anything at 2:00 in the morning, but I might have swung my vote to visit your orange, touch-screen burrito kiosks that offers a choice of five $3 burritos, which are hormone- and antibiotic-free, and available 24-hours a day. If there’s anything a college kid doesn’t need are more hormones, and 24 hours – which means all-nighter to the typical Trojan – is appealing.
“It’s like the Redbox for Burritos”
Ray Hardjadinata, a graduate student studying business administration thinks that the new system will soon be a student favorite. “I have a feeling this is more than just a fad, and we will start to see many more Burritobox locations pop up, both on and off campus.”
Find out about Burritobox, at: http://tastetheburritobox.com/
Read the article in the Daily Trojan, at: http://goo.gl/zNI0bP