Who wants to make $200 an hour selling hot dogs? Read this very inspirational email that I just received from one of my Premium students. Doug writes…
Steve, here is something for your readers.
Just a note to all the people who are on the fence about wondering whether they should or should not invest in a hot dog cart business, I have the following comments.
I have followed your wisdom and have invested in your literature about the hot dog business.
I have been in the business for just shy of three years. There have been some ups and downs in the business but by sticking with it, the hot dog business has proven to be very successful for me.
I have just landed a gig which will pay me [click to continue…]
Today I want to share some great info about increasing sales at your cart, but toward the end of this article I’m going to ask you for some help on behalf of one of our slinger buddies.
Paul Chapman and his E-Z Built Hot Dog Cart
Hey everybody, today I want to talk about a key concept in the hot dog cart business – cart presentation. How good is your presentation?
The first step in the hot dog vending sales process is getting attention. If you can’t get someone’s attention you obviously can’t sell them anything. But after you get that initial attention, what is the next step? Presentation.
I always say, “Don’t sell a hot dog – sell an [click to continue…]
Hey there Slingers, it’s Hot Dog Cart Radio time!
Oh my gosh, it’s been waaaay too long, but we’re back and we have a great show for you today.
Most folks don’t think about selling their hot dog vending business when they are just starting out. But that is exactly the right time to start planning your exit strategy!
There are things that you can do from the beginning that will drastically increase your return when you decide to cash in. Instead of settling for the price of your depreciated rig (disappointing), you can sell [click to continue…]