Can you tell me how to start an ice cream truck business?
Wondering how to start an ice cream truck business? There are two ways. The hard way and the easy way. Which would you like to take?
When figuring out how to start an ice cream truck business, you’ve got lots of places competing for your attention and lots to think about. You may have done a Google search or got a tip from a friend on how to start. You may have heard about a guy who started a truck the next town over and you want to find the company he used. Maybe you’ve researched a few companies and your head is spinning trying to figure out what the technical jargon all means. If you’re confused or uncertain, don’t worry. There’s an easier way to start an ice cream truck business.
ZooHoo’s Eatery. Does the name mean anything to you? In a few minutes, you won’t be able to get it out of your head. Why? Because ZooHoo’s Eatery is the leader in the white-hot mobile food industry. You may have come for ice cream, but you’ll stay for the full menu of fresh and unique menu items that bring the business in.
ZooHoo’s Eatery offers a mobile food franchise that is designed, built, and up and running under a proven business model. You don’t have to scour the internet trying to find out how to configure a trailer or how to source food or where to place equipment. You don’t have to deal with complicated zoning laws and labor practices alone. You’ve got the innovator of the mobile food franchise business model at your side every step of the way. After your training at ZooHoo U, you just hook up your new mobile food truck and roll into your future success.
You want to be in business for yourself, but you don’t have to be by yourself. ZooHoo’s Eatery is the one fast casual mobile franchise that allows you to serve fresh, quality, creamy soft serve ice cream along with tempting fresh food items like hormone-free, natural Vermont chicken patties and in-demand items like fresh, health-conscious vegetable wraps. And if you’re as sick of frozen, flat burgers of questionable sources as the public is, you’ll be proud to serve hand-patted, grass fed Vermont beef burgers on fresh buns.
It’s up to you. Go it alone. Or drive your success with help from the leader in the mobile food business.