Mattcrunk, it depends on the area or region you live in.
I live in Virginia. Our standard of living is so diverse
depending on which part of the state you live in.
For example, you mentioned $2.00 profit per dog…where I
live few people would even pay $2.00 for a hot dog. We have
places, not dog carts, that offer a coke and a plain dog for
.75. They sell other things as well.
Everyone at Roadfood has experience and a history to share with you.
But so many other elements need to be factored in to insure success.
Location, costly location in many areas, is one as well as advertising.
Quality products demands quality backing.
You don’t want to be no one’s Sugar Daddy, and no one wants to be your
whore. So why not make some the true experts here an offer, (I am not
an expert so I am not included on your list.)
Do it, man, do it. And when you do, I’ll come and partake of the food
Success to your dreams.