A fresh and very talented entrepreneur, Jeremy Adams is not timid to take on mass responsibility and climb the ladder of ultimate success. Armed with an impressive background in finance, sales, and hospitality, Jeremy went on to become founder and CEO of Prestige Food Trucks.
In his current role as CEO, Jeremy manages dozens of employees, interacts with clients, and maintains a healthy relationship with all of his business partners. The growth potential for Prestige Food Trucks is endless, due to a rapid rise in the mobile food industry and the increasing desire for unique mobile business concepts.
Jordan Schild is the Vice President of Prestige Food Trucks, a company that is the world’s leading custom food truck & trailer manufacturer. Jordan was born in Tavares, Florida but moved to Georgia when he was just three years old. He graduated in 2009 from South Gwinnett High School and started working in the automotive industry shortly thereafter.
Jordan was a service manager at Pep Boys Auto Service and at Expert Car Care before taking the leap to start Prestige Food Trucks with his partner Jeremy Adams.
“We decided to build Prestige Food Trucks right here in Orlando because just like Disney, we make dreams come true. My favorite part of this job is seeing clients’ faces when we deliver a food truck that will forever change their lives.” Said Jordan.
Jordan has a three-year-old, black Labrador named Kimber, and wearing shorts is his style mark. “I don’t wear pants for anybody. It’s really not my style.” He says.
As the vice president of Prestige Food Trucks, his responsibilities include seeking new clients, ordering truck parts, managing employees and supervising building projects.