Got news that all of the equipment that was ordered has arrived to the facility. Now, just waiting for the crew to install the machinery and finish the construction. After that, the vinyl wrap will be going on. I will take some pictures to update. Until next time.
After all this waiting, the drawing has finally been approved by the health department and we will be starting the construction phase. I will keep you guys updated.
Over the past 3 weeks, Sabi introduced me to David, a designer who worked on my vision in the wrap of the truck. There were countless revisions and times that I feel that my design is too simple. However, I like simple. I can't wait to see what the design looks like wrapped up on the truck. Stay tuned.
Sabi at La Stainless Kings picked out a truck for me and is working on the paper work. He introduced me to David, a graphic designer, to help me design the wrap for my truck. So far, I'm still working on the logo and the name of the truck will be Papa Fritz. It will probably still take about 2 more months until the truck is ready.
Jason flew in this past weekend to develop the menu and have a taste testing for my family and friends. We made 19 different sauces, 11 waffle sandwiches, 7 types of fries with different toppings, 5 types of dessert waffles, and pommes frits fried in 3 different oils. The winner of the taste testing for the type of oil used in fries is good ol' canola oil and duck fat came in second followed by tallow.
My truck has been delivered to the builders facility and will be starting to be looked at. It's the 2004 Chevy P30 18' that has about 150k miles. Despite the high mileage, it is very well maintained.
The CAD drawing of the interior of the truck looks good. I just have to make a few more revisions before submitting the blue print to the health department. Once the drawing has been submitted it takes 4-6 weeks for approval...
A freight liner truck is being looked at and will be read for customization when approved by the builder, Sabi at La Stainless Kings. Still deciding on what equipment would need to add and a logo/design. My buddy Jason, from Gordon Food Services, has been helping me since the start and will be in the future. Thanks soo much!