The Dog Ate My Script
No really, I had what could of been the best script for the HOT DOG VENDOR RADIO Show EVER! But…. the dog ate it. As you know I or maybe you didn't, I've been down in sunny Florida filming Stuart White. Stuart is a 20-something, college student working on his Engineering degree. Just 2 months ago he bought his first hot dog cart and is now in his second week slinging dogs in Panama City Beach. This show is going to be a blast. Rob and I will take your questions and have a slew of topics we will cover.
This will be a great show to download and keep as we are going to make a massive run through all the most common question and try to cover a wide range of topics. Whether you're brand new or an old timer, there will be something there for all of us.
I have filmed and filmed as Stuart and his first employee; Jim have been slinging dogs like it's going out of style. Coming soon, I will have some amazing videos uploaded of the Stu Dawg team, kick'n butt. What started out is a very scary venture and $3,000 out of pocket just for this little spot on a piece of concrete has turned into a RAGING SUCCESS for Stu Dawgs. Click the image below for the HDVR show info.
I'll fill you in more very soon. I'm tired and for those that think I'm ignoring their questions on Facebook, I'm not. I have had crappy phone service and it is now official; The 1% that AT&T's service doesn't cover apparently follows me around. I'm always in their 1% non-service area. For my wonderful Facebook friends, please email me your questions instead of posting them on Facebook. Facebook is great to post up a picture of your cart or to make a statement, but please know that questions are often buried down a long line of notifications that I may miss.
Blog points winner gets choice of a dog sled, chip clip set or my course.
Mark Dixon of Dixon Dogs found a kick butt chili from Sysco. If you are like me, you can't serve meat in your chili, so vegetarian chili is our only option. I have been using Chillimans and ordering it in at an arm and a leg, but Mark wrote; “I found a wonder chili for those of us that aren't allowed to have meat. Sysco supplies it in powered form. Just add water and bring to a boil. Takes the work out and it taste great. The brand is Santiago. The item number is 10298. A box has six packs in it and cost $36 and change. It comes out to about 61 cents per cup. Good feedback so far.”
Just a little something to tide ya over.