How to Start a Kettle Corn Business – Owning a Popcorn Business
|August 11, 2011||Posted by Kevin A Terrell under Kettle Corn Business|
Learning how to start your own kettle corn business can be a rewarding opportunity. Most successful kettle corn businesses can make in excess of $200 dollars per hour. You can do this too with the right ideas to start with.
You will need to purchase some basic equipment to get started. To provide shelter to your vital equipment, you need to choose a canopy. It is best to get a metal structured canopy with options to tie it down to the ground. The kettle pot is the life blood of your popcorn business. They range in many sizes from small and compact to large enough to fit on its own trailer. Other equipment needed includes popcorn scoops, bags, sanitation devices, and seasonings.
It is time to advertise and spread the word about your corn business. What are some of the best ways to let people know about your new business? Using sources like the internet, newspaper advertisements, and even community magazine articles helps. Some of the best advertisements about your popcorn business is by word of mouth. When your business is up and running, people who tried and liked your kettle corn will tell their friends and family, which will mean more sales for you.
Now you need to know where to start your popcorn business. What are some good locations to have one? Well places like carnivals, circuses, festivals, downtown events, and flea markets are wonderful and pretty obvious places to sale from. Since there are so many people, this is where you can make some serious dollars, more than $200 per hour at busy moments of the day.
You have just read a few ideas to starting your own popcorn business. Though there is a lot more information to starting one, this was just a few pointers. Now, do you really want to learn how to start your own kettle corn business and make $200 dollars per hour doing it?
We’ll show you how to be your own boss in an All Cash business! This husband and wife team shows you how they’ve made $100 An Hour Each. It’s sometimes called “kettle crack” for a reason – it sells like crazy!