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Hot Dog Cart Business Is NOT For Slackers Contends Hot Dog Mentor

WEBWIRE recently posted a piece about “slacker jobs” listing jobs that pay an unspecified amount of money but have definite perks like an 11 am start time and being a celebrity hanger-on. Perry the Hot Dog Guy presents a better option.

Austin, TX – Perry The Hot Dog Guy, founder of doesn’t agree with’s list of so-called slacker jobs. Perry presents a better option where individuals can make an excellent living while maintaining the perks that come along with being self-employed.’s list includes professions such as record store clerk, chocolate taster, and “the guy who rubs oil on models”. “These can’t be serious, right?”, laughs Perry. “Look, I understand everyone wants a job they love and to make money without actually working but that’s impossible and if it is then it’s for a lucky few” says Perry. “The truth is that people want flexibility and freedom at their jobs but they also want and need to be able to support themselves and their family. Maybe pinning your hopes on becoming a chocolate taster is a bit naïve”.

Though the jobs listed on’s list do indeed exist, they are hard to come by or require a tremendous amount of skill and talent, example, pro surfer ranks 3 out of 10 as a slacker job noting that pro athletes aren’t necessarily what one would consider a slacker.

As a seasoned marketer and very much a jack-of-all-trades, Perry added, “Becoming a hot dog vendor or the closest you will come to having an ideal job that you’ll love. You have a flexible schedule meaning you set your hours and you are your own boss but you have to work. There is no such thing as making a ton of money for nothing. That’s the exception not the rule. But if you want the perks of not having a boss breathing down your neck, starting work at 11 am and not sitting in a cubicle then this is the job for you.” Perry laughed, “No such thing as a free ride but you can make it a much smoother one.”

Hot dogs are the best selling concession food in the United States with demand for vendors on the rise, especially during the current economic climate where affordable food is highly sought after. “You might not be oiling down models but you’ll love your job and make a great living at it,” laughed Perry.

If interested in learning more about the food vending business or hot dog cart business please visit or call (512)892-3022 for more information.


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