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June 14, 2018

 

What's one of the hottest trends for 2018? Mobile Bars are of course! If you haven't caught on, there are hundreds of horse trailer bars and camper trailer bars popping up around the country. Here is the # of mobile bars I am currently aware of;

 

Alabama- 1

Arkansas- 1

Georgia- 1

Michigan- 2

Missouri- 1

Oregon- 1

California - 13

Colorado- 2

Florida- 2

North Carolina- 2

South Carolina- 1

New Jersey- 2

New York- 3

Ohio- 6

Texas- 2

Tennesee- 3

Louisiana- 1

Iowa- 1

Virginia- 1

 

I know there are more, but these are the # of bars I personally follow on social media or have been in contact with. I am very aware of the bars in California, being that I live here myself. 

 

Have you thought about joining in on the mobile bar business? Do you have questions about how to convert a horse trailer into a bar? If so, I just might be able to help. For those entrepreneurs out there with questions, I have created a simple eBook called "Mobile Bars: Business Start Up Guide". My eBook is a 30 page PDF download that is full of basic information on how to get your feet on the ground. I cannot guarantee that my eBook will help you or make you successful in the industry, but it might help you get started if you feel lost in it all or don't know where to start. 

 

 

If you are thinking about joining the mobile bar business or have questions about converting a horse trailer, I would suggest you read my eBook "Mobile Bars: Business Start Up Guide". 

 

 

Many people are looking to join in on the mobile bar business. And that's great! We are an awesome group of businesses that I am SO blessed to be apart of. The best tip I can give as an already established mobile bar owner is... be unique. Don't copy others. Be creative! Create your own brand, create you own bar, and stand out. This is especially true if you want to start a mobile bar business in a town that already has one. Does your town already have a horse trailer bar? Then maybe you should build a camper trailer bar or a Prosecco cart instead. Don't limit yourself to a copy-cat bar, as you will have to work double time stand out from your already-established competitor. Be unique to draw your own clientele. This is extremely true if you don't live in a major city. 

 

Need ideas of how to stand out or what other bars you can build? Grab my eBook today and get started on your owning your own business and being your own boss!

 

xoxo, Sarah Beth 

owner of The Rollin' Bar

 

 

 

 

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