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President George H.W. Bush Visits a Food Truck in Houston

All hail the chief.

President George H.W. Bush with Neil Werner of Cousins Maine Lobster in Houston.
President George H.W. Bush with Neil Werner of Cousins Maine Lobster in Houston.
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When President George H.W. Bush isn't jumping out of planes on his birthday, the former Commander in Chief is usually out and about at fundraising events in Houston and dining at a few of the city's better known restaurants. But what about food trucks? As of yesterday, the 41st President of the United States can officially check trendy food trucks off his bucket list. 

Bush visited Cousins Maine Lobster, Houston's newest lobster purveyor on wheels, surprising owner/franchisee Neil Werner. After basking in the presence of the former president, Werner did what any person would have done in his shoes, shared the news on Facebook:



No word on what the former president ordered, but it's safe to say that Cousins Maine Lobster is official. After all, it now has a U.S. President's seal of approval.

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