2 Simple Reasons why NOT to upgrade to Windows 10 Now

Almost everyone using Windows at this point has seen the little upgrade button for Windows 10. It’s offered for free, it’s new, it’s exciting. Why not agree and download? Will it not be free and you miss out if you don’t accept now? Well there are somethings to consider before you jump ship on your tried and true installation of Windows. Here are the two simple unmistakable reasons not to switch:

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1. Wait for everyone else. Why put yourself through an update for a brand new system when other people can find out the problems first.

2. Your upgrade may be a downgrade. The upgrade to Windows 10 may not be the same level of Windows you have. If you have Professional, or Ultimate versions of Windows, basically anything above the Home Version, you will be downgraded. This may have important consequences you won’t realize until after the change.
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Is Frozen Yogurt the Answer to Convenience Store’s Lack of Healthy Food?

The frozen yogurt lifestyle is becoming so pervasive that you may come across some when picking up some gum and gas at your local convenience store. That’s right, frozen yogurt kiosks can now be found in convenience stores! Take a look at Donper America’s and Yumz express frozen yogurt kiosk concepts:

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Diversifying product has worked well for convenience stores in the past. Wawa, the Pennsylvania-based gas retailer is locally renowned for their smoothies and sandwiches. 7-11, now an international corporation, was put on the map when they adopted their infamous Slurpee back in 1967. Now with the staying power that frozen yogurt has shown, these convenience store concepts have gotten some traction with convenience stores across the country big and small.

If you’re in the Atlanta area you’ll notice that RaceTrac stations, a local convenience store chain, have adopted some new hardware including a couple self-serve frozen yogurt stations and a toppings bar

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You’ll see some frozen yogurt stations in small convenience stores such as this one in Lower Paxton Township Pennsylvania.

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And I have to say it doesn’t sound like a bad idea. Frozen yogurt for convenience stores makes sense with the self-serve model already built into the c-store concept. Frozen yogurt to grab and go sounds like a pretty great solution for c-stores that are looking to expand and grow their business with healthier choices. What do you think?

 

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Frozen Yogurt Business Opportunity: Grow Your Clientele!

What some frozen Yogurt Shops are doing as the competition heats up this summer!

If you are a frozen yogurt store owner you may notice an increase in competition. Everywhere you turn you are seeing another frozen yogurt opening. This may be discouraging for some store owners. But many are taking on the challenge and diversifying with better marketing, product, atmosphere, and additions. What’s the latest in additions to the self-serve frozen yogurt business plan? Salad!

 

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That’s right, just take a look at Swizzles in Ridgefield, CT. They had some steep comp but now they are not only attracting customers looking for a tasty treat. they are attracting customers looking for a healthy lunch. Bonus, they often follow their lunch with a tasty and healthy frozen yogurt treat after lunch.

 

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Swizzles can make your salad for you or you can enjoy their salad bar. The salad bar is an excellent addition to the self serve frozen yogurt shop. As it goes along with the theme of “make your own” as well the healthy theme.