Neighbor Carts & Team
The Neighbor Carts business model creates new vendor opportunities with an entrepreneurial spirit.Neighbor Capital is providing Chicago residents the opportunity for economic success through an unconventional retail structure.
Neighbor Carts are simple in scope, yet impactful in approach and scale. Each Neighbor Cart (about 6 x 8 x 3 feet) is packed with wholesome produce to sell on Chicago streets.
For more information call 312.970.9150.
Neighbor Carts Vendors
NC Vendor Little Village I, New Vendor Liaison & Trainer
New Chicago mobile food street vendor ordinance impacts employment and community.
Maria Mendoza Fuentes, sells fruit to customers Robert and Samantha Roper at Ashland Avenue and Division Street on Monday.
María Mendoza, quien vende frutas enteras, dijo que le beneficiaría la nueva ordenanza.
NC Vendor Streeterville
Media Links: CBS Morning Show, Chicago Tribune 2nd article
Streetwise helps launch new program for Chicago’s poor.
Streetwise Vendors To Sell Fresh Fruit.
Theodore ‘Ted’ Tines
NC Vendor North Lawndale, Hope House Liaison
Neighbor Carts mentors entrepreneurs who sell communities on healthy foods
NC Vendor Uptown
NC Vendor Little Village II
NC Vendor Wicker Park (Temporarily closed for construction)
NC Vendor Bucktown (Re-opening Spring 2013)
Neighbor Carts Team
Vendor trainer, product procurement
NC operations, Hope House relationship manager
Founder of Neighbor Capital, Neighbor Carts; President
Neighbor Carts Vendor Job readiness, support
Director Workforce Development, StreetWise
Jim LoBianco and StreetWise support
Executive Director, StreetWise
Piercy Management Group
Carlos Ruiz, Counselor
Doug Vander Meulen
Victor Kore, Korecreatives
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Neighbor Capital’s newest social purpose business, Neighbor Carts, creates new vendor opportunities with an entrepreneurial spirit. Neighbor Capital is providing Chicago residents the opportunity for economic success through an unconventional retail structure.