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Concession Trailers Warehouse  opened its doors to the general public in February 2006, and has since built over 600 concession trailers and food trucks nationwide and international.

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Business & Money
by concessionpro
5 years ago
Adding Popular Street Food Styles to Your Menu

One of the main lessons, or takeaways, you can benefit by looking to other successful trucks to is discovering what the popular street food styles are. While you may think that you're already in tune with your customers' demands, there may be trends to tap into that will increase your revenue stream even more.

Business & Money
by concessionpro
5 years ago
Setting up Your Food Truck Payroll System

The issue of setting up a payroll system for your mobile food stand's employees can be daunting if you've never run your own business before. However, the required steps aren't nearly as difficult as the process sounds at first, especially when each step is taken one at a time.

Business & Money
by concessionpro
6 years ago
Changing Up Your Menu's Label to Reflect Sustainable Choices

Okay, so you've tweaked your menu to echo the eco-food trend that's taking place across the country. But is all of the hard work that you put into maintaining the same great prices (when possible) with meals that have fewer miles transparent to your customers?

Business & Money
by concessionpro
6 years ago
Is Your Food Truck Easy on the Environment?

More gas-guzzling polluters or an influx of eco-friendly food vehicles? This is a question that's on the minds of catering truck lovers and skeptics, alike - and as food trailer owner, you're responsible for answering it.

Business & Money
by concessionpro
6 years ago
The Hottest Items on Food Truck Menus

The nation's food trucks serve up trendy dishes that are portable, customizable, innovative and hot - to say the least. Just hearing the descriptions will make your mouth water with anticipation. The best part of this new industry is that each menu is unique and full of flavor.

Business & Money
by concessionpro
6 years ago
Opening a Food Truck - The Basics

Your first goal, as with any entrepreneurial venture, is to secure financing. How big or small you want to start will determine your costs. If you want to start with a small, used hot dog style cart you're looking at about $2,000 to buy it. However, a used, refurbished food trailer can cost up to $70,000.

Business & Money
by concessionpro
6 years ago
Find a Commercial Kitchen for Your Food Truck

When you first began envisioning yourself as a food truck owner, you probably saw yourself on board, cooking, greeting and taking orders. But what if cooking on board isn't an option in your city? Many local zoning ordinances limit the areas that food trucks can park and operate. And, in fact, some cities don't allow cooking on-board the truck at all. So, what then?

Business & Money
by concessionpro
6 years ago
"Case Study: Changing the Classic to Modern - Big Gay Ice Cream"

They call it a fluke, but we won't bother calling their bluff. Big Gay Ice Cream (BGIC) began as a truck (it now has a shop located at 125 East 7th Street between 1st Avenue and Avenue A) rolling through the streets of New York in 2009. The BGIC truck is manned by Doug Quint, a bassoon playing, Twitter-tweeter, ice cream creationist. Tired of the travel that he incurred as a classical musician, he opted to borrow an ice cream truck for the summer (or so he thought) for a quick job to keep him in town.

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