Two Upcoming Street Food 101 Workshops – Dec 1 and Dec 2

Two Upcoming Street Food 101 Workshops

December 1, 2017 (Macon, GA) and December 2, 2017 (Atlanta, GA)

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Street Food 101 is an in-depth workshop designed to guide you through becoming a food truck entrepreneur:

  • Discussions geared towards understanding daily operations

  • Overview of rules & regulations governing food trucks in our community

  • Marketing your food truck with social media & engaging your supporters

  • An in-depth review of how to achieve profitability through festivals, special events, and catering opportunities.

 

During the workshop, Small Business Attorney and ASFC President Greg Smith will walk you through the permitting maze facing mobile vendors in the State of Georgia and will answer your questions in an engaging and informative setting.

Additionally, you will hear from the ASFC team about key operational issues facing new vendors, such as securing sales opportunities, staffing and menu-selection, and marketing and social media usage.

Once you complete our Street Food 101 workshop you’ll be prepared to create a business model for your food truck, understand the challenges food truck entrepreneurs face, and the permitting process for getting started.

Both the Macon course and the Atlanta course will cover similar materials and are suitable for vendors operating throughout the State of Georgia.

 

Included with your tuition are all course materials and a copy of Atlanta Street Food Guidebook, a $30 value.

 

Registration for Street Food 101 is just $125.

Seats are limited – please register early.

REGISTER HERE FOR MACON – 12/1/17 

REGISTER HERE FOR ATLANTA – 12/2/17

MACON, GA

When:   December 1, 2017 – 9am to 12pm

Where:  Middle Georgia State Conference Center

 

ATLANTA, GA

When: December 2, 2017 – 9am to 12pm

Where: The State Bar of Georgia Conference Center

 

 

What is Provided:  All course materials & the Atlanta Street Food Guidebook

Registration:

REGISTER HERE FOR MACON – 12/1/17 

REGISTER HERE FOR ATLANTA – 12/2/17

Information on SF101 Presenters

Greg Smith is the President of the Atlanta Street Food Coalition and a practicing attorney with Conger and Smith in Bainbridge, Georgia.

Jim Shumake is the Managing Partner of the Atlanta Street Food Coalition and is also the founder of Food O Rama Events.

Scott Smallwood is the Director of Marketing and Media with the Southern Environmental Law Center.

 Registration Information
December 2017:
Fee for Registrations before November 13 – $125 per person
Fee for Registrations on/after November 13 – $155 per person
Please register NO LATER THAN November 29 via Paypal:
Please submit any questions about the upcoming workshops to:
email@atlantastreetfood.com