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3 Things To Do When Starting A Mobile Bar Business

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3 Things to Do When Starting A Mobile Bar Business

There’s a new trend in the wedding industry, and it has to do with everything being on wheels! Being mobile, accessible, and unique is the fun new trend for all things wedding. Are you considering joining the mobile craze with a mobile bar? Camper trailer bars, horse trailer bars, prosecco carts… you name it, it’s being made. And you can be in the business too! I get asked all the time for tips in getting started in the Mobile Bar Business, so I have decided that today, I will share with you the top 3 things you need to consider, when getting started in the Mobile Bar Business. #1. Be Unique I am a mobile bar owner myself, and I gladly welcome newbies to the business. However, what I am seeing is copycats and exact replicas of other mobile bars that are already established. Making an exact replica of someone else’s bar won’t guarantee you business. It won’t guarantee you success. It could actually hurt you because your bar and your business will get washed into the background with all the other competition out there, who look exactly the same. Be unique! Think of something new, and be proud of it. Show it off, and draw attention to it. It will boost your crowd, boost your fan base, and bring a respect to you and your business. #2. Do Your Homework When dealing with food, ice, and liquor, you need to make sure you are doing all things correctly and legally. You don’t want to invest a bunch of money into a new business, just to be shut down by the authorities because you served an underage person an alcoholic drink, or because your mobile bar is not up to local health standards. For the deets on who to contact and what questions to ask, you’ll want to read my eBook; Mobile Bars, a Business Start-Up Guide. #3. Set A Budget As with any new business, you should set a budget for yourself. This is so important because starting a business from the ground up is not easy. Know what you have, or how much you are willing to spend, so you can decide where you want to splurge and where you may need to cut corners. A brief look at a few items you will need to invest in; A Trailer The Trailer Fabrication and Equipment Business Registration Contract Writing Website and Social Media Creation Insurance Licenses Workman’s Comp For more detailed information on what you’ll need to invest your money in, and how to get started in it all, download my eBook; Mobile Bars, a Business Start-Up Guide. It can help guide you through your first few steps into starting your very own Mobile Bar Business! Thanks for stopping by and God Bless! Sarah Beth Owner-Operator of The Rollin’ Bar

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