social issues frequently involve:
inability of so many to find work in this very uncertain economy.
that have lost their income, health insurance and retirement benefits
to outsourcing, downsizing, or corporate belt tightening.
boomers who are worried about approaching retirement with an inadequate,
or even shrinking nest egg.
struggling middle class.
who are staying active longer, or need to remain employed longer
than ever before.
rising cost of a university education.
desire of families to raise their young people with a strong work
ethic, self confidence, independence and personal respect.
are indeed tough. But, what if someone's resume reads:
ex-convict, minimally skilled, poorly educated, or aging
baby boomer? For these
people, a job might be unattainable. People
concerned with these issues would welcome the news that there is
a possible solution to their financial concerns.
sets the book, Food Booth, The Entrepreneur’s
Complete Guide to the Food Concession Business, expanded 2nd edition
the countless “how-to” financial opportunity guides
that flood the market?
Amazingly no other book has been written on the subject of starting
a food concession business. This is huge! For most people, conducting
due diligence on a concession start-up is very difficult. The only
way to learn about the concession business is to actually run a concession
business. The result is: without the availability of concise information
most concession start-ups fail.
a successful business requires more than general concepts. Food
Booth delivers in-depth information by chronicling
every step that is required to, not only start a concession business,
but to also reach its earning potential quickly.
two concessions or concession operators are the same. What are
in booth type and design, menu, and selection of venues for one vendor
may not be right for another. Food Booth lists all the
decisions a new concessionaire must make, describes all the options,
the pros and cons of every option. Much of the expensive and time-consuming
trial and error is avoided.
sets the food concession business
apart from other small business start-ups?
Few other business opportunities offer a real shot at financial independence
without benefit of: a college education, a large outlay of startup
capital, or previous business experience.
few enterprises offer comparable financial returns with only
a limited investment of time and capital.
business of selling food at special events is "recession-hardy".
People always need to eat, and during difficult times, will find their
few equally lucrative cash businesses are legitimate.
few businesses can produce comparatively as large earnings in an equally
short period of time.
few businesses can be customized to meet one's desired level of involvement
food concession business requires only a minimal amount of licensing
and bureaucratic oversight.
food concession operator has control over nearly all aspects of his
or her business.
who normally would be unable to own their own business because of inadequate
capital, an inability to make a full time commitment to the venture, fear
of financial risk, or for lack of business experience now have the information
they need to participate in the American dream of owning their own business.
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