Monday, May 13, 2013

Day 4: The Hub

Time was... 2141 Westerfield Drive had the only soft serve machine in Providence, maybe even Webster County. For certain, it has been the only place where the great tasting creamy blizzards that were chock-full of brownie pieces, nuts, reese cups or holiday favorites, such as pumpkin and pie crust finished off with whipped topping and pumpkin pie spice for the yummy pumpkin pie blizzard.  

The year 2009 brought another great soft serve place, Ryan's Ice Cream and Grill, that served the same quality treat; we just called it a "blendz" instead since we weren't Dairy Queen anymore. Even better, we could add whatever mix-ins we wanted - including orange slices with crushed pineapple and a bit of coconut and maraschino cherries to make the "Fruity Tooty." We even started the mini-size of the mix-in treat (before DQ), wanting to give our customers a more affordable option.

Yes, when you have a small business owner that's committed to providing great options that give consumers more of what they want, it's a WIN-WIN for all. As a focal point for great ice cream, our soft serve machine can create delicious ice cream for treats that YOU inspire! Help us turn the Hub back on soon.

Total funds donated to date: $116.00

I'll be back in Providence at the former DQ, Monday, May 13, 2-6 p.m.

Hope you'll stop by to donate or chat, and help us get going ASAP.

And don't forget...ParadICE is scheduled to open in Cole Plaza today for delicious shaved ice treats!! 

Here's a pic of their menu:

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