Did you know that the invention of the Slurpee was accidental? In 1959, a Dairy Freeze franchise owner, Omar Knedlik, found that his soda fountain wasn’t working. He froze some pop bottles, and customers loved the slushy consistency. A frozen drink is a perfect addition to a hot summer day. Adults and kids alike will enjoy
Did you know that slushies hit the market way back in 1966? It’s seen a few iterations since, like ICEE, Slush Puppie, or Slurpee. Needless to say, slushies have become a staple of American culture. That’s why it’s a good idea for your business to invest in a slushie machine. In fact, it’s a must-have among all commercial restaurant equipment.
Eye-catching visual displays are one of the simplest ways to boost your business’ food sales. There are few products that accomplish this better than slushie machines. Customers see those brightly colored, whirling beverages on a Wisconsin summer day and can’t help but want one. If you are looking to buy a slushie machine to boost
Some commercial coolers are for kitchen storage; other coolers are designed to attract customers, both in their appearance and for the product they produce. These commercial coolers score points in both areas, making them a draw for “more experienced” customers who are looking for a delicious, adults-only drink. Wine Chillers A wine chiller is the
Frozen drinks are a year-round hit (even on the coldest Midwest winter days); they can also be a low-maintenance and profitable menu item for virtually any kind of food-service business: restaurants, concession stands, gas stations, and even cafeterias. The right frozen drink machine is the key to offering all those customer favorites (slushies, granitas, smoothies,
Commercial frozen drink machines are customer-pleasers, delivering the best slushies, cocktails, margaritas, and granitas that customers crave year-round. These commercial machines serve as the highlight of any restaurant, concession stand, or convenience store menu. Zamboozy The Zamboozy has made quite a splash with customers because of the unique brews and cocktails it delivers. This commercial
Slushies, smoothies, cappuccinos, frozen lemonades, margaritas, frozen coffees. These frozen drinks are menu items customers appreciate on the hottest Midwestern days. The popularity of these products makes commercial frozen drink machines an essential piece of equipment at restaurants, ice cream shops, cafeterias, campgrounds, bowling allies, and roller-skating rinks (this list is not inclusive). The process