Start A Startup Business With The New Ice Cream Truck Startup Course From Shoestring Publishing

The new course teaches how to start an ice cream truck business that can make up to $30,000 a month revenues and give the owner independence in finances, schedule and career.

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(PRWEB) April 14, 2012

The ice cream truck business is a lucrative business that most entrepreneurs don't even consider, says Justin Douglas of Shoestring Publishing. A new report from Shoestring Publishing shows just how profitable the ice cream truck business can be. The report also discusses the ice cream truck business plan, ice cream truck supplies - as well as ice cream truck rentals.

Everyone has seen an ice cream truck, but Shoestring Publishing says that the ice cream truck business is a cash cow for startup entrepreneurs looking to start their own startup business. The report also announces a new course from Shoestring is taught by expert marketer and lifelong entrepreneur Perry Belcher, who has made over 100 million dollars in sales of his own products. Mr. Belcher started out with his own ice cream truck business that he says became very lucrative for him, and which he gives all the necessary startup information in the course.

"It is common for people to ask how to start an ice cream parlor or how to start an ice cream truck," says Mr. Belcher. "In our new startup business course we give you the complete ice cream truck business plan, with everything you need, plus over ten bonus courses that will help you start your new business," he says. "Other issues we cover are ice cream truck music, ice cream distributors and ice cream concession trailers. Whether you are thinking about soft serve ice cream truck or how to start an ice cream business this course will answer your questions and set you up to make great money."

According to Mr. Belcher, this startup business has key advantages:

  • Can be started by almost anyone with very low startup cost
  • 100% recession proof
  • Fast to start (about 2 weeks)
  • Dirt cheap start up costs
  • No special education or experience is needed
  • Ice cream is always in demand
  • Very, very high paying
  • Be your own boss
  • Flexible hours (work when you want)
  • It's portability (move when you want)
  • Scalability (grow as big as you want)
  • Easy to sell when you're ready to move on

According to Mr. Belcher, the business starts making money on the first day in many cases, and has a high profit margin. "This is a high ROI business," he says. "Normally, I can pay for a complete single truck operation in less than 60 days. That's worst case scenario. I've paid for them in as little as a month and in a few cases in as little as a few weeks. But most of the time you can recoup back 100% of the investment that you put in your ice cream truck business in less than 60 days if you really know what you're doing. That's a 6,000% annual return," he says.

Mr. Belcher says that over 2.4 billion dollars are spent in the U.S. on novelty ice cream products every year, even during the recession, and that this business can be started with about $1,500. "The ice cream truck business can be started on a shoe string budget," he says. "I'll show you how to get started in the ice cream truck business for less than $1,500. Now I'm not saying you're going to have the Cadillac of equipment and everything that you need, but you can certainly get started there. Then you can purchase new equipment and more supplies out of profits, not out of your pocket when you start."

For those who are interested in an ice cream kiosk, ice cream shop equipment or opening an ice cream shop, the course on how to start a startup ice cream truck business has similar ideas and is a complete plan taught by people who have successfully owned this type of business.

For more information about how to start an ice cream truck and how to start a business, visit the website Ice Cream Secrets.

About Shoestring Publishing

Shoestring Publishing brings the very best in business startup courses to the public. The recession has increased the number of people wanting to start their own businesses and Shoestring Publishing provides the books and courses to help people setup their own startup business, and to explain how to start a startup. Shoestring Publishing creates courses on how to start a startup business.