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A Great Investment

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    Frozen dessert machine investments are a great way to increase annual revenue and gain new customers. With the purchase of a great quality machine you will have a great way to heighten your sales. Featured in the chart below you can see the increase in annual sales your store will be exposed to. Previous clients have made back their investments back in less than 6 months. At Slices Concession we truly believe our products are a profit center for our customers. We are a highly experienced company and some examples of this include our relationships with our clients...

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Spotlight: Straus Family Creamery

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After both fleeing Nazi-occupied Europe, Bill and Ellen Straus started their dairy farm in the 1940’s. They only started with a few cows, naming them after their friends and family. All four of their children were raised on their farm.  By the time they reached adulthood, the California dairy industry was in transition, and a different, much larger, industrial type of dairy farm had begun to spread itself on the land. By the 1970s, the typical landscape of small family dairy farming in Northern California had shifted dramatically. After their son Albert graduated from California Polytechnic State University in the...

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The Top 5 Biggest Ice Cream Eating Challenges In America

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Whether you're a human from Planet Earth or an alien from a galaxy far far away, we can all agree that ice cream is an awesome dessert choice. But are there any brave souls willing to eat more than just a couple of scoops at a time? We've found 5 of the biggest & baddest ice cream eating challenges that only the most courageous dairy loving hearts would dare face alone!   1. The Kitchen Sink Sundae at San Francisco Creamery Located in Walnut Creek, California, this challenging sundae has 3 sliced bananas, 8 flavors of ice cream scoops of...

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