Hey folks wake up,
I know a vendor who claims that he purchases an exotic sausage for $4 and sells it for $10 to $14. I laughed at first, then I checked out the median income in his neighborhood, it turns out that it is near $100,000 per household. That's right 100 grand per household!!! If I lived there I'd try $25 for that dog.
Then many more here on the forum are talking about me being too cheap. I looked up some of their cities and they have a median household income in excess of $65,000.
Now if the median household income where you are located is under $36,00 per household, than you can forget all about these big time high priced sausages.
I'm lucky to get $3 for a slaw chili dog. Most of my sales are $2 dogs with mustard and ketchup. Yuck!!
Location, location, location is more about where you live than what corner you set up at. It isn't real good on any corner where I live. I set up at Habitat For Humanity where there is three or four times the parking and walking by traffic as Walgreens, and last fall the business wasn't as good as Walgreens.
Figure that out. Is it my appearance? I use Nathans, my cart is clean do any of you big money guys look this good?
HA, HA!!!!! http://cajunenterprises.com/
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