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Unread 12-09-2008, 02:55 PM   #16
lazybonesmoke1
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I would concentrate on finding a commercial kitchen to work out of and getting more catering customers before you spend alot more money on a catering van. Have you considered renting a catering van maybe on certain days of the week or different times of the day. Around here they have mobile lunch trucks that take food to factories a lunch time I've always thought about selling them pulled pork sandwiches and having them re-sell to clients. I'm sure there is a way to sell your BBQ somewhere. Just keep trying.
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