founder: maddlove
date created: 7/7/2006
no. of members: 11
description/mission statement:
Mobile Vending is selling items from some sort of vehicle. It is a feature of urban culture in many countries. These are intresting vehicles, some with unusual paint jobs and stories. Photos should be posted for these waymarks. Types of vehicles: 1. Street Cart - A food cart is a motorless trailer that can be hauled (by automobile, bicycle, or hand) to the point of sale, often a public sidewalk or park. 2. Food Truck - A catering truck enables a vendor to sell a larger volume than a cart and to reach a larger market. The service is similar; the truck carries a stock of prepared foods that customers can buy. Ice cream vans are a familiar example of a catering truck in the United States and United Kingdom. 3. Mobile Kitchen - A modified van with a built-in grill, deep fryer, or other cooking equipment. It offers more flexibility in the menu since the vendor can prepare food to order. A vendor can choose to park the van in one place, as with a cart, or to broaden the business's reach by driving the van to several customer locations. Examples of mobile kitchens include taco trucks on the west coast of the United States, especially Southern California, and fish and chips vans in the United Kingdom. No Concession Stands.

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Category Status: The Mobile Vendors category has been created (without variables).

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maddlove - Creator
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last login: 1/30/2015
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Glenn - Officer 2
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last login: 8/13/2018
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I am in the US Navy and I can go months without logging in. Don't discount me as inactive I'm simply on a deployment and I will return again to full activity in few months.
Castle Man - Officer 2
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last login: 10/5/2006
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