I use Sabrett they are a big hot dog in NY and NJ i use the 8-1 They cost me $15.25 for 40 hot dogs at resturant depot.But they always put them on sale for $13.25 for 40 dogs. What dogs are you slinging? And do you do slaw dogs i tried them here can’t get them to catch on i think they are great.
Hey bud, best wishes to you. I’m curious about your response to the 8-1 skinless. I couldn’t even use the 10-1 sabrett natural casing because the casing was too thick. My dogs are super hot @190 degrees and people were biting but not cutting. A few light hot dog stings as a result. So I roll with the traditional NYC 11-1 and everyone tells me how perfect they are. I’m 13 mo into business and the numbers consistently go up, so I believe them.
But I know a guy who made millions in 10yrs with the big Thuman dogs. At his peak he was doing 4000 dogs/wk! I tried the 8-1 Sabrett skinless at a few events and no one remarked. I’d like to hear your thoughts.
Anyone from FL know of any insurance companies that provide coverage? Unfortunately Ted Davies isn’t able to provide coverage in FL. Thanks for the help.
Ok i just put this out there for info it’s not spam … sorry i put this up….I thought this site was to help each other….Wow you guys have to relax
Don’t be sorry you made your post, Kevin…
Some folks here are way TOO quick to jump on another person…they act like web site nazi’s…In the past a few people were behaving that way with me in a thread about road trips and favorite places to eat, and after complaining to the Moderators they either shut up, got banned, were cyber castrated, or left to be miserable somewhere else…
Yes, insurance prices not only vary from state to state, but so do the coverage offered and or required, (I Calif it’s controlled by the Insurance Commissioner, an elected political office), and yes, each insurance company MUST be registered in whatever state they intend to do business in, and have a designated representative in order to serve legal process papers on…
Good luck to ya…
Ok, cool, I will check them out, thank you!
I hope the Spam-a-phobes don’t flag this. Saved me $200.00 a year, got my certificate instantly. No complaints.
Call, Text, Email, or snail mail the “Commissioner of Insurance” in your state’s office.
What is the best way to verify that an insurance company is legitimate and licensed to do business in your state?
Ok i just put this out there for info it’s not spam i have a cart in Scotch Plains nj and the price or 500 is a great price around here.I had prices of 1600.So i was not trying to fool anyone sorry i put this up.I thought this site was to help each other.Wow you guys have to relax I go under Kevin’s Dogs i am on Plainfield ave Scotch Plains NJ
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just curios, as I am shopping for ins now. does your policy cover you at your commissary? is it written in the policy?
I’m in Maine and use State Farm. $250/yr.
Yes, I do
That was pretty clear what you were doing, RJT. Fooled you, didn’t he.
If you were refering to the fact that his inital post looks and smells of SPAM (someone even flagged it as such (not me)) and I was checking his oil you are correct. Did he fool me? Not really considering in about 5 min or less of searching you can find the info he left on the net and even on this site with the search function. So no, he didnt “fool me”. [:D]
Maybe he is legit and slings dogs and just wanted to post up to help other vendors maybe he is the insurance agent trying to get his name out there, who knows. IMO the first post out of the gate being an advertsiment smells a littkle funny considering the rate that was quoted is not really a deal. Also, alot of insurance cant be written across state lines unless they have offices in your state or a lic to sell in your state so that makes it tough to do business.
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