Peace Cones Shoppe

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My Peace Cones Shoppe will offer a variety of ice creams, seasonal drinks/food and an atmosphere unique to my hometown. It will be a relaxing, happy place to meet with old and new friends, maybe the occasional family member! It will be a shoppe to look forward to after a long, grueling work week. The purpose is to allow all who enter the opportunity to sit quietly, talk up a storm, and to laugh joyfully with those surrounding them. Not to mention the tasteful foods and beverages I will cater to them. My target customers? I honestly feel they will depend on the seasons of the year. Peace Cones is located in downtown Maysville which draws tourists throughout all seasons. Summertime would bring teenagers searching for a cool place to hang out while at the same time, there is no age limit on the lover’s of an ice cream cone. The winter season brings a warm fireplace to thaw by while sipping hot, homemade cocoa and lavishing in a warm, sticky cinnamon roll. My primary service will ice creams along with homemade iced sweet tea and lemonade. I will adapt my menu seasonally always remembering my customers will forever be treated with the upmost respect and courtesy. Although this shoppe is my dream,
I would be nowhere without the wonderful customers that support my business. Peace Cones will be unique in several ways, the first being any/all who enter my establishment will be welcomed and made to feel at home. My staff will be properly trained in hospitality which will enrich all of lives, in and out of work. My products shall be of the highest quality and served fresh daily. This will bring in repeat customers which are at the core of my business. To me, all of that is important yet there is one more benefit that is in my heart...the atmosphere. It will be like walking into a blast from the past! It will be full of peace signs, lava…...

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