I will look up the most succesful food stands in america and see what they all have in common. Like where they are placed, what they serve, who works there.
As you can see there are a lot of people in line for reds eats, so obviously they are very succes
Due to covid-19, I cannot go directly to the food stand in person. But through the power of the internet, I can get very good angles, such as they are near the water and are just across a bridge. I did some research about long car trips and discovered that bridges have a sort of effect where it seems like you have been driving for hours and tricks you into thinking you are hungry. So I can make my food stand at the end of the bridge that goes across the Kennebec River.
Not only is it just a bridge, but it's a major highway that goes all the way down to Florida, and
A problem with building a shack on either side of the kennebec bridge is that it's so crowded and there is almost no room, so my solution is to partner with dairy queen and give them fresh lobster from Phippsburg and supply top-notch hot dog buns, I get 80 percent of sales, and they get 20 percent for hosting me.
As you can see dairy queen is in a good spot, which will increase sales a lot, which is good.
I will take all of the knowledge that I have learned through researching the perfect spot and design for a food shack and combine them all into one awesome food shack, which will have inexpensive food and tasty food, but most importantly it will have the best lobster cookers and waiters
A 15 foot by 8 food interior with a 5 foot wide serving and ordering window, with highly trained