Help Hottie Das Launch in Portland

Help Jason realize his dream of opening a mobile hot dog cart in Portland

About the campaign

This funding will help with overall onetime start up costs that include the price of a hot dog cart, licenses, and permits . Funding will also help cover my rolling costs which include my inventory and overhead during the first month.

This will give my business the stability it needs to start up and for a successful future.

Funding this business with responsible capital with the help of my community and new friends, would definitely mean just as much to me as running the business itself. It would also support the vision I have for my own life. Because I know goals are constant and never without consequence. Please consider buying a square to help me get my business off the ground, it would support me and the community with a new neighborhood friendly eating experience. Recognizing the service needs of my customers,and community is something that will always come first!!

I believe hottie das represents a humble quality that chooses to live in the solution,and would be a business the community would really enjoy.

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About Hottie Das

A mobile food cart selling hotdogs, brats and great chili.

Hottie Das was established in 2015, and is located in Portland, OR.

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