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Meet Dempsey Robinson, The HBCU Grad Who Owns The First Black-Owned Hibachi Food Truck In Houston

For this NFL season, Texas Southern University (TSU) graduate and Hibachi Bros Food Truck owner, Dempsey Robinson, has a dope and non-traditional way to combine football and food.  A food truck that serves Japanese-style hibachi sounds pretty lit, and the fact that it’s a Black-owned business is all the more reason to consider this a flavorful win.

Robinson, 25, is a former football player and Texas Southern University alum who had a desire to run his own hibachi food truck with flavors the community would love.  Now, he’s living his dream as Houston’s first Black-owned business owner of its kind.

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