Carts Blanche, LLC introduces "VendaCarts" mobile automated business as an excellent self-employment opportunity for Veterans.
“Carts Blanche, LLC is called to serve those veterans who have served our country by training them to be entrepreneurs in the self-serve automated industry", say’s Annette Nolan, CEO.
Mobile, AL (PRWEB) August 31, 2012
"Carts Blanche, LLC is excited to announce its support of military veterans and spouses by encouraging them to choose VendaCarts mobile automated retail stores as a self-employment opportunity,” said Annette Nolan, CEO.
Statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau states that there are close to 22 million military veterans. In the U.S. today 9% of businesses are owned by service men, women and military spouses.
There are many reasons for veterans and their spouses to consider VendaCarts mobile automated kiosks as a self-employment option; ease of use, flexible hours, mobile real-estate, multi-purpose applications, wide open marketplace, large product offering, fast financial return and no franchise fee.
VendaCarts combines the fast-turn, high volume world of vending with mobile real estate allowing owners to capitalize on new markets, new customers and to go where the masses are at outdoor specialty events, building/construction sites, universities, disaster relief areas etc.
Carts Blanche’s Entrepreneurial Training and Consultation, ETC division offers free customized consultation which includes research support, selection of equipment and product, licensing and permitting information, aid in acquiring finance and VendaCarts design options. The ETC’s stated goal is to save customers between 12 to 18 months of research and development time as they build their new business.
“Carts Blanche, LLC is called to serve those veterans who have served our country by training them to be entrepreneurs in the self-serve automated industry say’s Annette Nolan, CEO.
“We go beyond simply selling mobile automated businesses by offering customers complete turn-key solutions, services and advantages”, says Nolan.