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Building a Custom Ice Cream Truck


APEX Specialty Vehicles had an opportunity to sit down with Marketing Director, Patrick Hale, at one of our most successful ice cream businesses, Texas Ice Cream. Patrick highlights a few key aspects to consider when building a custom ice cream truck.  

  1. Deciding on a business name... Texas Ice Cream seems so obvious, and it is, which contributes to their organic ranking.
  2. Describing the Texas Ice Cream business model.
  3. Considerations when starting a food truck business (licensing, permits, etc.)
  4. Cash flow potential issues and resolutions
  5. Adding additional trucks to your business fleet
  6. Top Questions to Ask Your Food Truck Builder 
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