Katie Marks, owner of the The Wicked ‘Wich of Dayton,an award winning food truck in Dayton, has announced the truck and the business are for sale.
If you’d like to own it, here’s what you get, according to Katie’s Facebook post:
Turnkey style, ready for fast transfer to operate. Brand, equipment, and usage include (but not limited to):
-ALL recipes that attributed to the truck’s success. This includes the “Lady Marmalade,” which is a two-time finalist for Best Sandwich in Dayton.
-ALL rights to the brand including website, all social media handles, email, and logo
-1982 Chevy P30 box truck outfitted for a mobile kitchen. This includes power, HVAC, plumbing, ventilation, and serving windows, all up to health code for Montgomery County.
-All commercial equipment necessary to perform the operation. From the 2′ flattop with a 4 burner range and 2 oven combo to the turners needed to flip the sandwiches over.
-The lease to a beautifully renovated kitchen commissary area, 1500 square feet, that includes a double door reach in refrigerator and freezer, prep tables, commercial slicers, all required hand sinks, wire shelving, garage storage area, 5200w running generator, couch and tv, and more.
-List of vendors for local ingredients so there’s no product inconsistency, list of participating clients that utilize our services, and consultation of truck operation for one month.
-Transparency of sales such as records and tax returns. There is also a template that I created to specially track accounting records for a food truck, of which tracks spending to the penny and let’s you see where to cut costs for profitability.
130,000 firm. Serious inquiries only, please.