In today’s troubled economy, many people are losing their jobs, and they choose to go into businesses of their own. I have noticed a trend toward people getting into the profitable business of custom concession trailers. Food and other crafts that are set up in different locations by way of mobile concession trailers are a growing trend and a profitable business. We build concession trailers to meet your needs. We can build any size that you want, with or without screens in the windows, and with RTP on the floors, as it is nonslip and washable. If you are vending food, most health departments require that you have 4 sinks in a concession trailer, including a hand wash sink.
The walls and ceiling have to be covered with a wipe-down material which is usually white aluminum. Most people have the electrical package installed which includes two 4-foot lights, several electrical outlets, a power box with breakers, and a 25-foot lifeline. Also popular are lower and upper cabinets, along with serving shelves below the windows. We will install hoods at the customer’s request as part of the service. We do not install appliances. Many people who buy concession trailers wish to add heat and air and we can offer overhead air and heating units available in several sizes. There are a number of options for your rear entrance door, and customers prefer a 4-foot rear door so that they can easily put in and take out equipment as needed. Windows come in different sizes too, the most popular being 3x6, and they are available with screens and glass.
Go to www.concessiontrailersmfg.com and check out the many concession trailers we have built as well as the accessories. We’ve been in business for nearly a half century and want to see your concession trailer business flourish as well. If you have any questions or need help with your concession trailers just give Roy Newsome a call at 800-841-1102 and we will be happy to assist you.