Whoever dreamed of having their own food truck, this is your sign to make that into reality.
A 22-year-old young lady from General Santos City just converted their old multicab into a food truck and is now earning over P50,000 per week or P200,000 per month.
Selling burgers have never been so fun and satisfying for Jade Cuaresma. Her food truck business, Driveway Café, started when the pandemic began, sharing that it was sort of a blessing in disguise.
The pandemic has restricted people from going into their favorite restaurants and eating whenever they like which makes the food truck business a wise decision where the delicious food you are craving comes to you instead.
Jade started by investing over P100,000 for all equipment and P30,000 for her subway sandwiches and within months of operation made up for her capital and started gaining profit.
Driveway Café’s signature food is their huge 16-inch subway sandwich that your group of friends or family can share.
Jade takes pride in the fact that everything in her menu is made from scratch. The bread in your buns are freshly baked from their kitchen, their patties, sauces and other side dishes are also homemade.
What once was just a dream to be an owner of a food truck is now a successful business.
It is not too late for all of us too. Just a multicab, some savings, and the determination to succeed you can do it too.
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