There are many variations and options available when deciding on a fountain for your concession or mobile kitchen equipment. Here are some of the sources available to customize a mobile kitchen and some of the skills they possess.
Retrofitting a step van into a dealership business is nothing new, but it’s as easy as ever to get started. A step-up van, also known as a multi-stop truck or delivery van, is a light- to medium-duty truck built to make deliveries to local businesses or residences. However, it can be a powerful tool once converted to serve food. Vending operators frequently use this as their means of operating a concession business. It is somewhat similar to the trucks used by companies like UPS or FedEx. There is enough room to easily stand for hours while serving customers while being small enough to stay mobile.
The possibilities available when building a concession trailer while using a box trailer, also known as a cargo trailer or enclosed trailer, are limitless. A box trailer is a vehicle commonly pulled by a motor vehicle. They are usually used to transport materials or are used for recreation and travel. However, it can be quite affordable to customize a box trailer into your own concession trailer or mobile kitchen. The space alone can allow you to accommodate a much larger crowd, so you’ll see this type of concession business more at semi-permanent locations or at large events.
Converting a fifth wheel trailer to a concession trailer should be similar to converting a box trailer. A fifth wheel trailer is a type of RV that is pulled by a pickup truck using a hitch in the truck bed. The advantage of using a fifth wheel is better maneuverability of your concession trailer along with some extra space.
The space available in a custom semi-truck used for concession is well worth the investment if you plan to host large events. A semi-trailer is a trailer that does not have a front axle. Most of the weight is supported by a semi-trailer or detachable front axle known as a dolly.
Selling your products through a concession stand should be a breeze. A kiosk, or a small area enclosed by walls for a special use, can be a great way to attract customers through the use of unique ideas. For example, the kiosk could be a food cart, hot dog food cart, or even a snowball stand. These are all ideal examples of a successful concession kiosk.
Customizing a kitchen to fit in a small space is the job of a modular kitchen, which is a cost-effective solution for institutions that require a temporary kitchen. They can come in any size and can be set up for long periods of time or just for days at a time. A modular kitchen is a prefabricated kitchen that is manufactured off-site and then assembled at your permanent or temporary location. The possibilities of having a fully equipped kitchen are available when using this option, as the size of a modular kitchen can be compared to that of a brick and motor restaurant.