Start Your Own Kettle Corn Business

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Start Your Own Kettle Corn BusinessThe video below is an example of an average 6 hour day at one of our busiest locations. We sell kettle corn for $4 and $6 a bag. (Most of our regulars buy at least 2 bags.)

The truth is it took a lot of hard work to get us to that point. It also takes a lot of hard work to make that kind of money on those $200 an hour days. This document will lay out in detail HOW we got to that point, WHAT was needed to create that sort of income and what you need to do to duplicate our success.

This is not a get rich quick scheme. But let me tell you, after a hard days of work, there’s nothing like having the satisfaction of counting a pile of money and having that instant gratification for all your efforts. If merely making $50-$75 profit an hour for each of you on an average day while still being your own boss doesn’t cut it for you, then you should probably try law school.

Note: if you’re planning on doing this with your wife, she’ll probably think she’s the boss. Just deal with it.

We–Eric and Velma–have been making and selling kettle corn across the east coast in many different events and locations. We’ve learned the lessons and gained the experience of the kettle corn business the hard way, by actually doing it. We’ve now created this ebook which shows you how we did it.

Kettle corn is a strictly local business. We can’t travel all over this country making kettle corn, we’ve got responsibilities at home too. But everybody can carve out a niche for themselves and get their own customers who will be addicted to your product.

Our customers are literally addicted to kettle corn. We’ll show you our recipe and how to make kettle corn that will attract repeat customers for an entire season. You’ve probably seen the lines form at the kettle corn tent at craft shows and festivals.

Just a quick note to thank you for the assistance that your e-book provided as I started my own kettle corn business this year! Your insight and information gave me a truly realistic idea of how to establish my operation, and what to expect with regard to the actual popping.

I even had one of the “Thousand Dollar Days” and it really did look like your video! I’ve been “booked” every weekend this year since June, mostly local (Cumberland, MD), but some out of town and state…so glad I took the plunge and bought the Northbend Originals set up – the health departments love it & it makes the set-up/tear-down routine go much smoother, and I hope to add the auto-stirring device within the year. Thanks again, and I wish you continued success!

We bought your ebook last spring and have been saving to purchase a North Bend set up since. We bought the equipment two weeks ago and had our first gig on Saturday. You know something else I could not imagine? There is no way we could have grossed over $1140 on our very first outing without having your tutelage to go off of. I have read your ebook no less than twice and we’ve watched your videos so many times that we’re probably beginning to… Read more…

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