Chicago fast casual restaurant Da Lobsta raised investor funds to purchase a food truck that sells $12.95 lobster rolls.
Opportunities continue to expand in the dynamic food truck segment, creating new ways for restaurant owners to make money from it without risking any capital. The latest ideas: purchase a truck with crowdsourced funds; hire a catering agent to market your truck for one-off events; or offer short-term rental of your truck when you don’t need it yourself. Renting still remains the least costly way industry newcomers can break into the food truck game. But if you have an established ...
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