CONWAY, S.C. - Starting next month, students at Coastal Carolina University won't have to drive to the nearest Starbucks. Starbucks is coming to them.
Starbucks has selected Coastal Carolina as one of three campuses across the nation where mobile trucks will roll this fall as part of a pilot program.
The company says the trucks will offer the same menu of food and drinks that customers can get in a regular Starbucks store. The trucks will move to different campus locations during the day.
The other mobile trucks will be at Arizona State and James Madison University in Virginia. The Coastal Carolina service starts Sept. 18.
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