Expanding by "lending your Brand Name" to a B&M or CS.

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2014/07/09 20:11:26 (permalink)

Expanding by "lending your Brand Name" to a B&M or CS.

OK, my commisary situation sucks. Too far away and costs too much.
Got a conveinence store(CS) less than a mile away
I wanna approach them right, make it mutually beneficial.
 
My cart has earned a reputation as serving the best dogs in town.
It has a "Brand Name" .Folk's  look for me and refer friends.
I haven't found "that great spot" that pays good every day.
Two days a week spots keep me alive. Plus events.
 
So, I'm thinking of having this CS offer my Brand of Dog, using my awesome recipes.
Put a sign out saying you can get my dog 7 days a week.
I'm not young and don't wanna, or can't work 5-6 days a week.
And I work out of this neighborhood.
 
Not share recipes....maybe I would do the cooking.
Quality control.
I could go on more.....but this may get the conversation started.
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    Foodbme
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    Re: Expanding by "lending your Brand Name" to a B&M or CS. 2014/07/09 21:15:32 (permalink)
    If it's a Chain store, you're chances are slim to none.
    If it's independent it's worth a try. All they can say is "No". And that doesn't hurt.
     
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