One of the county's newest businesses just might be the answer for those looking for a little something to cool down with after a long, hot summer.
The Cruisin' Sundae, a sundae bar catering business, is doing well, said Michael Wolff, a co-owner.
"We have been very fortunate to have the business concept well-received, and business is beginning to pick up," he said.
Geared primarily toward businesses, The Cruisin' Sundae, with its office on Horizon South Parkway in Grovetown, brings a 1950s-theme sundae bar to events. In addition to the bar, customers are entertained with a Wurlitzer jukebox with songs from the decade that gave birth to rock 'n' roll.
"We want to be seen as that fun alternative for businesses and organizations when it comes to their special-event needs," said Wolff, who owns the business with partners Brian Byler, Kevin McKerley, Rick McKerley and Marc Smith.
"More than ever, businesses and organizations today face some of the most difficult challenges for creating productive and friendly work environments, rewarding employees and entertaining clients," Wolff said. "The Cruisin' Sundae is a creative and unique ice cream catering service that provides the perfect solution to those specific needs. What better way to thank your employees and improve morale than with a good, old-fashioned ice cream social party?"
In addition to catering at corporate events, The Cruisin' Sundae can be used for church groups, youth organizations and birthday parties.
To contact The Cruisin' Sundae, call Wolff at (706) 434-1229 or visit www.CruisinSundae.com.
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