Like all "good" stories...this one starts off with ...."I was drinking over a buddy's house and we came up with an idea..."
OK....he's a Q fanatic as much, if not more, than me. We were feelin good and decided that we wanted to start a "weekend warrior" roadside/small-catering Q stand. For me, it's just getting some side cash for a hobby I love and would probably be doing anyway. Hell...in fact I get a little irritated that I fire up so much lump for so little food (and almost daily).
That being said....
What advice, if any, do you have? I want to get a reverse-flow trailer. I've never cooked solely by "stick" or in a reverse flow...so renting one at $80/pop would probably end up costing more in the long run than purchasing one.
I have a friend that runs a flea market/bazaar on the weekends that said we could set up on site. We're talking one of those non-fancy, styrofoam, here's-your-meat-side-and-bread-now-go-away kind of setups.
PS: I know I'd have to go through whatever legal hooplas (health dept, catering license, etc)