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23rd Feb 2022

Fancy winning a successful food trailer for just €12?

Katy Thornton

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Budding foodies/entrepreneurs, listen up!

Actor and artist Sebastian Thommen launched Toast Pantry and Coffee bar in May 2020. After a largely successful run in Cork city, Thommen has decided to change his focus to his artwork instead. However, instead of simply shutting up shop, the Toast owner is listing his business on the raffle site Raffall, giving budding entrepreneurs the chance to win the food trailer for just €12 per ticket.

You can find out everything you stand to win by entering the raffle HERE. The Toast food trailer comes:

fully equipped with a coffee machine (valued at €6k) and a fully HACCP approved kitchen. This consists of catering grade stainless steel countertops and sink, all electrics, gas and plumbing, two fridges, a gas griddle, water heater, soup kettle, an iPad, SumUp card payment terminal, till, and printer, plus a quantity of 100% compostable coffee cups – the majority of the fixtures, fittings and commodities you will need to get your own mobile food business off the ground.”

The winner will also receive ownership of the social media handles and the website too. Essentially you’ll win a fully functioning business on a plate, to adjust or change up in whatever way you wish.

Of moving on from Toast, Thommen says this:

It’s time to pass the torch on to someone else and hopefully help them achieve their dreams and ambitions. By Raffling the food trailer it’s exciting to know that someone who may not have been able to afford it under normal circumstances is now able to.”

The raffle ends on the 30th September, or whenever the last ticket is sold (there’s to be 5,000 tickets for sale). The winner can either collect the trailer from Cork City, or have it delivered for free anywhere else in Ireland or the UK. 5% of all money generated from the raffle will go towards Pieta house.

I mean, for €12, why the hell not?

Header image via Instagram/toastcork

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