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Bring Me the Trap Kitchen

Bring Me the Trap Kitchen

Bring me the trap kitchen. Instatgram is used for personal reasons, vanity and simply plain ole fun. Businesses have even jumped on board and are using Instagram as a powerful marketing and advertisement tool also. Social media is also a great tool that can take an entrepreneur from zero to 100.

Bring Me the Trap Kitchen

 

The founders of the Trap Kitchen Malachi Jenkins and Roberto Arturo Smith obviously recognized this an opportunity. Malachi “Spankihanas” Jenkins  his business partners are behind Robert Arturo Smith. The Trap Kitchen was born early 2013 in South Central, LA when Chef “Spank” decided to sell plates of food to his community. Getting help from his closest friends, News (Sous Chef) and DJ Kev (Delivery Coordinator), they’ve created a business that is growing rapidly with each passing day. Taking their efforts from just single plates to catering major events, they are definitely on to something.”Spankihanas” is the name that they use where you get five star restaurant meals without the five star prices.

Mission Statement …”just trying to feed the world so I can feed my family”

Bring Me the Trap Kitchen

Because of their popularity customers are highly urged to place their orders early. The popularity may be due to their using the social media platform Instagram. Bring Me the Trap Kitchen was born in 2013 in South Central, LA. Chef Malachi Jenkins began to sell food plates to those in his community. Receiving help from his friends News (Sous Chef) and DJ Kev (Delivery Coordinator), they have created a business that is growing quickly.

Bring Me the Trap Kitchen is now numerous Hollywood studios are vying to create a TV show based on their story. Nisa Ahmad, a freelance producer who has worked on The Queen Latifah Show and American Idol, is helping to steer and guide their career.
Read more at EBONY.

Bring Me the Trap Kitchen has grown from dinner plates to catering events. The name ”Spankihanas” is a name used when you get a fast start meal without the expensive five start prices and they are delivered right to your door. Maybe some of the big boys need to take heed to Bring ME the Trap Kitchen to see if success can follow them also.

Find Bring Me the Trap Kitchen here on Instagram and at their website.

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