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Unread 01-01-2014, 08:53 AM   #40
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Maybe you can look into existing established businesses up for sale in your area.As previous stated posts it`s a tough business and maybe someone had grand visions or time for retirement.Might be a shoe-in to get immediate clients depending on their reputation.Starting new endeavors means sometimes taking away business from others or on the catering side under cutting the competitors pricing thus lowering your profits.If you do full catering you should make friends with local rental companies.On a smaller note, should you want to start small and have room in your garage a commercial grade 2-3 door stand up refrigerator can be run when needed for food storage.On larger well paying jobs my brother rents refer. trucks but his rest. is not open for dinner so he has a large staff if necessary.Long days sometimes but he is so well established it`s almost(and I mean to say almost) like clock work.
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