Thanks Joe….rebel pri*k…that’s what I am. I couldn’t put my finger on it. Doesn’t make me a bad person, does it? hahahaha
Hey Joe, honestly, if you did all that Billy listed, not that it’s wrong, lots of good info, would you be out there selling yet?
What Billy and others have stated, good customer service, doing your homework, being sanitary, etc, etc, etc, could be said for starting just about any business. Or, working for someone else for that matter. The workplace is, especially now, so competitive that what employer is going to keep you around for long, in any industry, if you’re not doing the right things right? Ask BillyB how long he’d keep a chitty chef around when he’s got a stack of employment applications on his desk.
My point is, sometimes you gotta have a little JoeDog in you. Freakin go for it. This really isn’t rocket science. He was a barkeep for crying out loud. It doesn’t hurt having a MikeinRI to go check out the cart for you either.
Billy, fire up the cart at least 20 times in your backyard? I lit the 3 burners on my cart twice. Once in AL with the seller and once before I went out to make sure nothing came loose during the trip home and was out selling the next week. Was I just lucky? Maybe. The first dog I served off my cart was for sale to a customer.
Maybe I got lucky buying off ebay from a guy in AL also. I DID know all about All American Carts and paid half before flying down. The deal went smooth and the seller was a great guy.
I’m not looking for a pissing match here but I just think you can over think things and get confused, nervous and paranoid.
If you have the money…..NOT “blood money”, get out there and sell some damn dogs.
rebel pri*k…..I like it