How would you like to be the one calling the shots everyday you go to work? Wouldn’t it be nice to have your own very recession proof business?
If so, I know exactly how you feel as I was in the same position not that long ago…
Because of that, I’m going to advise you to carefully read this entire article as what I am going to share with you is extremely powerful and will seriously change your life for the better.
You are on the cusp of discovering a set of techniques that I personally used to start an extremely profitable hot dog business in just 40 days. And yes, I did so at the height of the current recession.
The tips you’ll learn here shortly are my most closely guarded hot dog business secrets that will allow you to literally crush your competition and run to the bank with handfuls of cash everyday, so don’t skip any piece of this article.
Here are the best hot dog business profit boosting tips around:
1) Sell at events: this is seriously the most overlooked area by hot dog vendors as the natural tendency is to think there is a ton of competition for spots at the big events.
However, that couldn’t be further from the truth! County fairs are a great place to start and if you live in a bigger city, you can easily get a contract at a stadium.
Think about it, these are the places where the most hot dogs are consumed each and every year. Just like my Poppa used to say, “You fish where the fish are son”.
2) Don’t stay in when it rains: the first thought that goes through every hot dog vendor’s head is that no one will be buying when the weather gets bad.
That couldn’t be further from the truth! I’ve had some of my biggest cash days when it’s a little rainy. Now please don’t get me wrong here and assume I mean you should be out there in a severe storm, as that’s not the case.
But on the days its just a drizzle, you can rake in the profits while your competitor stays at home.
3) Make your own beverages: at first I thought it was necessary to carry all the big brand names at my cart, but I learned quickly that they don’t always sell the best and the profit margins are minimal.
That made me decide to start mixing my own concoctions in a desperate attempt to increase my ROI. And boy did it ever work! My silly little homemade drinks sold almost 2 to 1 on the name brands, plus my cost was about a dime a cup.
You can find all sorts of delicious recipes that are very easy to make all over the internet.