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I have owned and operated Hot Dog Carts for over 30 years.  I also have over 25 years sales experience working for several New Jersey Banks and Finance Companies.  I have developed several successful marketing campaigns all media sources available. 

Birth Place
Carteret, NJ USA
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My first book was published on 7/31/2009. It is a beginners goude on how to run a profitable Hot Dog Stand.

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8 Matthew Avenue 
Kendall Park NJ 08824   USA
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Hot Dog Cart Vending: Everything You Need To Know
A basic book to help you decide if you want to own and operate a successful Hot Dog Stand

Hot Dog Vending: 10 Basic Steps!
Hot dogs are a favorite food in the United States. According to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council, Americans usually eat up to 7 billion hot dogs during the "hot dog season," which runs from Memorial day to Labor day. This works out to an average of 818 hot dogs consumed per second during that time. Tap into this lucrative market by starting your own hot dog carts

Hoboken: The Mile Square: A Bar on Every Corner!
Hoboken is a unique, vibrant, walk able urban community just over one square mile in size. But don’t let the small size fool you. As you experience Hoboken you will see that Hoboken truly reflects the American experience. Many cultures from around the world have left an imprint, and they are still celebrated today. From the city’s first recorded mention in 1609 by the navigator of Henry Hudson’s “Half Moon,” Hoboken has welcomed the Dutch, the Germans, the Italians, the Hispanics, the Asian Indians and others whose traditions have influenced our community. Today, you will see a dynamic and vibrant city; one that still embraces the past but has also evolved into a dynamic residential, cultural, commercial, educational and tourist destination. Drawing on its roots as the birthplace of baseball and Frank Sinatra, today Hoboken is home of TLC Network’s top rated “The Cake Boss,” as well as many community events, including cultural, music and ethnic festivals. Much abounds in the music and arts community, complimented by eclectic restaurants, night clubs, a world class hotel, diverse retail shopping, along with a spectacular waterfront with uncompromising views of Manhattan and New York Harbor. Today, Hoboken is known as a vibrant urban destination, embracing its rich history and offering considerable cultural, recreational and commercial development. The city is known for its many festivals and breath-taking views of Manhattan. It is an educational Mecca, thanks to the Stevens family who chartered Stevens Institute of Technology. Hoboken has been shaped into a city of unique character; a character that will live long into the future.

Hot Dog Vending Business:
Hot Dogs are the food of choice for most vendors because they are sold pre-cooked. Therefore, they tend to undergo less scrutiny from state and city health departments. Though no single food-service operation has universal appeal, almost everyone loves hot dogs. With over 350 million men, women, and children in America, hot dogs provide a high-quality, low-cost meal. Americans consume over 18 billion hot dogs every year. Conservative estimates are that only 10% of all Hot Dogs sold in the United States are sold from Hot Dog Carts. This means that Hot Dog business has enormous growth potential. Selling Hot Dogs is not a trendy business. Hot Dogs have been sold for over one hundred years and they will be sold for a hundred more. Hot dog sales are up. Consumers are trading down rather than going to casual dining establishments. Hot dog stands are capitalizing on these food trends. They are cheap; the food is fresh; customizable; and portable; and if properly made, they taste really good. Disposable income is not a factor. In good times, people eat fast. In bad times, people eat cheap. But they have to eat. No one knows how many hot dogs are served daily. But because of their size and texture, hot dogs are one of the most common finger foods given to children. As the population increases and becomes more mobile, these estimates are anticipated to increase.




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