Is it a dream job to cook food for a living? Do you like making money? Starting a mobile business can be intimidating, but with this opportunity, you could be rolling around town this summer. If you have an entrepreneurial spirit, you can start your food truck and catering business from the ground up.

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If you've been to Friday After 5, a local wedding, or a community party, you've probably enjoyed a drink or two from The Craft OBKY Mobile Bar. Owner Whitney Cox has been hinting over the last several months that some new and exciting expansions were coming. She started bartending at a very early age, which allowed her the flexibility to go to college. She went on to earn her bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies with an emphasis on business. Her business sense combined with her bartending skills, a mobile bar was a perfect fit.

"Starting my own business wasn’t something I ever thought would happen until I had multiple people push me to do this because they knew our little big town needed this and I was the person who would not only put my heart into it but my cities as well.", Whitney shared

Whitney's mobile bar would become one of the first Owensboro has ever seen. It's been a huge hit, and now it's time to expand. Which means she needs to sell her trailer.

"We’re expanding so definitely not going out of business. I want to look for a trailer that is smaller so I can buy more than one."


As the expansion is planned, Whitney is looking to sell her mobile trailer. This is your chance to make it what you want and become a successful business owner. You are the chef, bartender, and owner. Now is your chance!

The Craft OBKY Mobile Bar
The Craft OBKY Mobile Bar

"I am selling my mobile bar trailer. 2007 delta 16x8. This would be a great trailer for catering, a food truck, or to use for a business. I’m asking 16,000 OBO.

Clean title, new tires, new wheel bearings. I remodeled the inside as well. It has a hot water heater, a clean and dirty tank, 3 sinks and hand washing stations, electricity, and comes with a generator.

It’s been approved through the health department, and it has all the plumbing certified.",

You can call (270) 702-7944 or email if you're interested.

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