|Partner "Steve", aka "The Bulldog"|
Pending Financing Approval and/or Backing through Private Investors, Dance4One Blogger, Dan Getz will be the Owner and Operator of West End's "Diggity Dog", to be re-named soon as Bulldog & Chihuahua Food & Beverage Company, LLC, Powered by Dance4One, on or before Thursday, February 14, 2013, aka Valentines Day.
Getz met the current owner of Diggity Dog, a successful food vendor in the West End of Dallas, TX since 2007 approximately 2 or 3 weeks ago and discussed the possiblity of purchasing Diggity Dog within 3 to 4 months, when the current owner's wife was scheduled to start a new job in another state.
However, the purchase date was moved up to February 14, 2013 (in approximately 2 weeks) when the owner approached Dan Getz on Friday, January 25, 2013 to ask how serious Getz was in purchasing this business from him. When Getz responded, "Serious as a Heart Attack", with of course the condition of securing the necessary financing, the current owner of Diggity Dog informed Dan Getz, aka "DANgerous" with International Blog, Dance4One (www.Dance4One.blogspot.com) that his wife's new boss needed her to relocate within the next 2 to 4 weeks, and did he [Getz] think he could get the necessary cash in time? When Getz responded, "With man this is impossible, but with God ALL things are possible", the two shook hands and promised to keep in touch over the next two weeks.
It has further been learned that on the same day, Friday, January 25, 2013, a middle-aged gentleman that borrowed a dollar from Getz to purchase a coffee, and who also is enrolled in the Culinary Arts Program at El Centro, had a few minutes earlier offered Mr. Getz 100% housing and job at this individual's restaurant he is planning to open in Minnesota after he completes the Culinary Arts Program with a degree, if he (Getz) would enroll at El Centro and successfully obtain a degree, irregardless of where he placed in his class. Getz replied, "I do have a B.A. in Advertising from Texas Tech, and believe I have everything I need to be successful, but that is a very generous offer that I promise to think about." The two shook hands, with the Culinary Arts Student promising to re-pay Getz the dollar when he returned to the Student Center on Tuesday, January 29, 2013 and they parted ways.
Getz thought the matter over for about a minute and then headed to the Registrars Office to initiate the process of obtaining a Student ID (that portion is COMPLETE) and obtaining the necessary check list to enroll in May 2013, as well as numerous options for having this schooling and degree 100% paid for (NOT a LOAN...FREE/GRANT MONEY) by various agengies, including the Federal Government. Within the next four months, Getz's current plans include enrolling in the Culinary Arts Program at El Centro College, world renown for it's Culinary Arts and Nursing Programs.
|Dan Getz, aka "The Chihuahua"|
Upon exiting El Centro College that same Friday afternoon, is when Getz "happened" to "run into" the current Diggity Dog Owner. Mr. Dan Getz is currently speaking with Private Investors (but is open to ANY POTENTIAL INVESTOR) to secure $4,000 to $500,000 of capital to secure not only this business, but another business that is located on the TRE, that is currently for sale as well. These funds will be used for not only the purchase price of these two locations, but will be sufficient for inventory, personnel and up to five other locations and equipment close to the DART and TRE train rails and bus stations, for up to a year. The Diggity Dog currently is outside the DART property located at the West End, and includes a special city permit that does not run out until September, 2013. The other business located on the TRE is two years into a 5 year contract (i.e. 3 years remaining) that EXCLUSIVELY permits ONLY this business to sell up and down the TRE rail.
Posted by: Dan Getz, aka "DANgerous" at Dance4One, www.dance4one.blogspot.com, YouTube 12131966dan, Facebook (Dan Getz and Dance4One), Twitter @Dance4One, and LinkedIn (Dan Getz).