Way to go Randy H. I know a lot of folks use loading lists even after doing this for awhile. I have found that for regular gigs, if I put each thing in exactly the same spot each day, I’ll notice something missing from a mile away. Well…almost always! lol
Good Luck – One thing to focus on – Keep it all very clean and tidy. Customers dont like buying food from places that even look a little bit dirty – or have litter around.
Thanks DD for responding to my thread and also reminding me about load lists, I used them when I was in my Christian rock band a few years ago. Last Saturday went very well, I had about $100.00 in sales in 4 hours, got a lot of favorable comments, and also learned there is a difference between Coke Zero and Diet Coke. My Saturday spot is mine til when ever so I’ll go back and try to do better. Thanks so much for your interest.
Randy, now is the time to create a load list. This is a list with everything you will need to run your cart efficiently. One of the spreadsheet programs of your choice will be good for this. I still use mine today. DD
I finally got all my permits, got business cards, I got some hot dogs, too, and now I’ve got an event for this Saturday between the local CarQuest and Big O Tire. I’m keeping it very Simple, just dogs, chips, drinks and simple topping. I’ve got the rest of the week to “sweat and worry” about all the little details, hope this gets better. Wish me luck! Oh, here are some pics of the cart I built. Wait, guess I’ve been lurking too much and not enough posting to put up pictures yet. Well, they are up on the wwwdothotdogprofitsdotcom/blog/ . I’m listed as “Jodogs is in business”. Have to do more posting, huh
My First Event is Schedualled
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