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Launch Your Mobile Business Today

Your 5-Step Guide to Launching Your Very Own Mini Mobile Business

If you’re reading this, you either have a business idea, are in the process of dreaming one up, or just want to pursue a different pace of professional life from the one you know all-too-well

today. We weren’t taught how to be entrepreneurs in school, which can make venturing into these kinds of waters challenging and intimidating.


However, our country was founded on the promise of free enterprise, which is why you can still have this kind of life for yourself. All you need to do is a little planning! 


Ready to own your own horse trailer mobile business? 


Here is our 5-step crash course for getting you started:


1. Research the Competition:

You want to know who else you are competing with in your given geographic area. Are you looking to open a candy store or mobile bar? Check out which entertainment

agencies are maximizing wedding bookings, as well as if anyone else is selling out a vintage horse trailer. From our research, this is a VERY new concept, which is why now is

the time to get out there and capture your market share. (Remember: if you like what someone else is doing, there’s no harm in using their ideas for inspiration!)


2. Identify Your Buyer Persona:

WHO is going to be buying from you? Men? Women? Millennials? Baby Boomers? What is their income and their interests? Sit down and really think about this before you dive

into a business. If you live in an area with an inordinate amount of elderly people, you might not want to consider an on-the-go marijuana edibles food truck for young people.

Be sure to identify your ideal buyer and cross-check how many of them live near you.

You want to set yourself up for success right from the start.


3. Buy Your Mini Mobile Business:

We all know how difficult the standard of living is today, which is why you probably don’t want to start paying a $1,200 monthly rent for a store shop. We totally get that, which is why with just one payment (financing available), you can have an entire business that will never cost you a reoccurring rent. This is where Campfire Trailers comes into the picture!


4. Invest in Photography:

Visuals are EVERYTHING today, especially with the importance of social media. Take time to capture hundreds of photos of your new mobile business looking as incredible and alluring as possible. Luckily for you, our Campfire Trailers are already made with

Instagram-worthy content in mind.


5. Market on Social:

Mini horse trailer businesses are a creative hit on social media. Why? Because they are such a new concept. Be sure to open a business page on Facebook and Instagram, launch an Etsy store, manage a Pinterest account, register the business with LinkedIn and share it to your profile, and of course, create a blog that covers everything you do and stand for. This can take some time, so don’t feel like it needs to be rushed! And don’t forget about the value of Instagram Stories (the 24-hour fleeting content that is posted from the newsfeed).


As you can see, the checklist isn’t too overwhelming! Just take your time, go through it piece by piece, and know that investing in just one tiny horse trailer business is far cheaper than the

startup costs and rent associated with a brick and mortar location. 


Have a traveling business dream in mind? Give us a call and we can customize a vintage horse trailer to your request. We specialize in DREAMS ON WHEELS.


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Ready to take the plunge? At Campfire Trailers we can create a custom trailer to fit your needs. Worried about affordability? Let's talk about our seller financing. Call Alex to discuss at 518-428-7519 or email her at campfiretrailers@gmail.com 

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