Asking Price: $159,000 Gross Revenue: $133,385Cash Flow: $74,081 (Seller's Discretionary Earnings) EBITDA: Not DisclosedInventory: $4,000 included in asking priceFF&E: $40,000 included in asking priceReal Estate: Not Disclosed Share this business:
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Mobile Truck specializing in German Bratwurst, Hot Dogs, Ruebens and Twisted. They prepare everything fresh each day so no prep work required.
Having lived in German we missed the “Fast Food” we were use to. Se we started in Rowlett in June of 2013. Since then we participated in the Biggest Food Truck events in DFW. We have to turn down events because of our overwhelming popularity. It is now time for us to enjoy retirement and allow someone else to profit from our endeavors.
About the Business
Number of Employees:
1999 freight liner MT 45
Mobile Truck specializing in German Bratwurst, Hot Dogs, Ruebens and Twisted. Having lived in German we missed the “Fast Food” we were use to. Se we started in Rowlett in June of 2013. Since then we participated in the Biggest Food Truck events in DFW. We have to turn down events because of our overwhelming popularity.
NO direct Competitors and they prepare everything fresh each day. They are in high demand due to their good food, service and uniqueness.
Growth & Expansion:
Work a full 5 days per week. They only work 4. Add a 2nd truck. They take 2 months off and you could hire a team that could still do events when you are out of town. You can imagine as more towns and cities do Oktoberfests and more corporations bring in food trucks they will be even busier and the need for a 2nd truck will be inevitable.
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