FAST FOOD: An electrical vehicle from Gallery Carts will patrol Lambeau Field. (Courtesy Gallery Carts) Gallery Carts is on the move with its new line of electric vehicles to bring food and retail to patrons at sports venues and convention centers. The concept has been around for years, but during the COVID-19 era, company officials have redesigned the vehicles for venues to safely bring a multitude of products to the people in a socially distanced world. Denver-based Gallery Carts, formerly Carts of Colorado, partnered with Club Car, a leading provider of golf carts, and Ayro, an electric vehicle maker in Austin, Texas. Together, they custom formatted a vehicle with power supply to store, transport and distribute hot and cold food. The electric vehicles cost about $60,000. The agreements are typically done through the concessionaires serving arenas, stadiums and convention centers, said company president Dan Gallery V. He’s the son of… Continue Reading New Electric Vehicles Deliver For Socially Distanced Crowds

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