If you want to start an ice cream truck concession but want something that’s a few steps up from the local bell-ringing popsicle truck, you do have an option. When you want a food franchise that sells high-quality ice cream, turn to ZooHoo’s Eatery.
The ZooHoo’s eatery mobile food trailer is like nothing you’ve ever seen before. High quality soft serve ice cream is just a part of the unique menu you will offer a hungry public. ZooHoo’s Eatery invented the concept of the mobile food franchise, so when you’re looking for a good business model, start with the innovators.
When you look into a ZooHoo’s Eatery ice cream truck business, you’ll find that there’s so much more than just frozen confections. Yes, you’ll be luring customers in with your tasty soft serve cups and cones, but you’ll add on incremental sales when they see that you also offer hand-patted grass fed beef burgers, Vermont’s own natural, hormone-free chicken, fresh vegetable wraps and hand cut fries. They may come for the ice cream, but they’ll stay for the whole meal.
Your upscale mobile concession will be part of the booming mobile food truck business. You benefit from the wisdom of ZooHoo’s Eatery’s research into a successful business model like no other. Sure, you could go out on your own and try to design a trailer configuration and how you will lay out your equipment. You could spend your valuable time sourcing food and developing a menu. Never mind that you have to plow through the technicalities of labor laws and zoning permits.
But why would you put yourself through this kind of hassle? ZooHoo’s Eatery lets you succeed right out of the gate and be up and running in your own ice cream and casual fast food mobile food trailer in less than 90 days. From the moment you sign your Franchise Agreement until the first sale at your Grand Opening, you’ll be working with the best people in the mobile food truck business.
And after your opening, you’ve got back-office systems and web based reporting to keep you out front with the customers and not laboring over piles of paper. Your accounting procedures, food sourcing, and even labor laws are all spelled out for you. We’ll even guide you through the zoning regulations and help you choose the ideal location.
So, yes, there is an alternative to selling frozen pops in the neighborhood and working 7 days a week. Get yourself into a ZooHoo’s Eatery mobile food franchise and you will have your own fast casual restaurant on wheels that brings the customers to you. Choose from the Weekend Warrior package and work the fairs and events you want within your wide territory. Or go with a semi-permanent food trailer in a location that’s designed to bring in foot traffic. You’ll be a well-known name and people will know where to find you when they want unique fresh food without the wait.