Food carts are traditionally found at the ball games and cultural festivals held every other weekend downtown, around town, outside of town, and usually inside or outside of the ballpark arena or on an open but friendly and secure lot. Arts and crafts marketing carts are also making their presence felt at these popular occasions. While enjoying a favorite spiced up dog, fans can now purchase items bearing the licensed legend of their favorite all-stars, now from their favorite cart operators.
Otherwise, your Saturday morning and Sunday afternoon arts and crafts markets vendors, all also doing a great trade in secondhand and restored bric a brac items, can experience a business boom with marketing carts instead of trading from the back of their car boot or from rickety tables. The use of a vending cart, whether for preparing and selling favorite or popular foods, displaying beautifully put together arts and crafts, and for that matter, any other kind of business you can think of, does not break the business, it makes it.
This is really a great opportunity for small town self-starters and new entrepreneurs. They do not have to be saddled with high rental costs normally associated with a fixed property in a busy retail or wholesale trading node. In fact, as mall owners recognize the value in using marketing carts on their floors, new startups and small traders can still be part of the retail and wholesale status quo and never off the beaten track.
The carts are especially good for the food retail sector. Storage capacity has been built in to cater for frozen or cold food storage. Even stoves and ovens have been provided. Custom takeout bins and dispensers are part of the roving food scene.