While three-wheeled mail trucks from the 1960s have long gone by the wayside, one entrepreneurial spirit is aiming to revive one of these veicles with a new small food truck business.
Narooz Soliman found an old three-wheeler and refurbished it with the aim of starting a new small mobile business to sell local food and alcohol. In the mornings, it's envisioned that the micro car could deliver coffee to people at bus stops in the morning, popsicles to people lounging in the park and sandwiches at lunchtimes to office buildings.
Outside of its duties during the day, it's also imagined that the Lil' Truck will have a multipurpose interior for hosting chauffeur services, puppet shows, tarot readings, wedding bars. Soliman's vision for the Lil' Truck was successfully funded through Kickstarter.
This Repurposed Mail Vehicle Serves as a Small Food Truck
1. Three-wheeled Vehicles - The rise of three-wheeled vehicles opens up opportunities for entrepreneurs to repurpose old vehicles for innovative businesses.
2. Micro Mobile Businesses - The trend of small, mobile businesses allows entrepreneurs to bring products and services directly to customers in unique ways.
3. Multipurpose Interior Design - The concept of creating versatile interior spaces in vehicles opens up possibilities for hosting various events and services.
1. Food and Beverage - Entrepreneurs can explore the food and beverage industry by creating innovative food trucks using repurposed three-wheeled vehicles.
2. Hospitality and Events - The hospitality and events industry can benefit from the use of versatile mobile spaces like the Lil' Truck for hosting different types of events and services.
3. Transportation and Logistics - The transportation and logistics industry can be disrupted by the rise of micro mobile businesses that offer delivery services and unique transportation experiences.