Entrepreneur Gets OK For Hot Dog Stand


Entrepreneur Gets OK For Hot Dog Stand

Thursday, August 23, 2007
Story last updated at 12:11 am on 8/23/2007





RAPID CITY (AP) —
People milling around the county courthouse in Rapid City now can get a
quick bite to eat at Steve Sneve’s food cart, thanks to the Pennington
County Commission.

The commission has voted to let Sneve to operate Hot Dawg, a
food vending cart, along the entryway between the courthouse and Public
Safety Building.

Sneve spent 20 years in the mortgage industry but decided to try something new by launching his mobile food cart business.

 


 

He has to provide $1 million proof of
insurance and name Pennington County as an additional insured. Sneve
also agreed to pay $30 a day for the location.

Weather permitting, Sneve and his wife plan to have the cart
up and running by Thursday, selling hotdogs, brats, chips, bottled
water and soda pop through October.

"After all this, I’m pretty happy about it," Sneve said,
referring to the more than three weeks it took to work through the
process.

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