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    My children love making Slushies at home and experimenting with different flavors. It’s an excellent opportunity for kids to get involved in a fun activity that is simple yet rewarding. These are also great for summer parties or picnics when you don’t want to deal with melting popsicles or ice cream desserts that must be refrozen before serving. A slush, sometimes known as aslushy orslushie, is a flavored frozen drink. They’ve been seen and mentioned in the Big Idea universe. Choosing the right location can be a matter of personal preference. Just keep in mind that if you place a self-service slushie, s.coop, machine in the back corner of the store, your customers will have a hard time finding it. You’ll need more signage to get traffic to the machine. Instead, you should try to choose the best line of sight when customers enter the store. If you opt for employee-facing drink dispensing, use a countertop machine and put it in view of customers with signage on the back to leverage a visual reminder. In some cases, it makes the most sense to keep your frozen drink machines in the kitchen. A restaurant that serves frozen margaritas doesn’t want to give the whole community unfettered access to the booze. In that case, the machine belongs to the employee-facing staff. The downside to that is that it will be more labor-intensive for your staff. You can balance those costs with a slightly cheaper machine because it doesn’t need to hold up to the demands of every person who walks through the door. Many businesses love the idea of a set-it-and-forget-it dispenser. A customer-facing unit that sits in a retail space and uses programmable maintenance can be a hands-off way to add new beverages to your product mix. But there is also a higher waste rate as consumers tend to be more careless. Self-service machines also take a little bit more abuse. That means you’ll want to pay your maintenance budget a little more and invest in a sturdier machine upfront.

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