Jim and Amy Cummings recently became the new franchisees of mobile franchise company, Kona Ice, serving shaved ice to Placer County. The 9-year-old franchiser expects its franchisees to be involved in numerous public events benefiting their respective communities. “It’s really all about the giveback ... We can give back to schools, give back to churches. It’s just an amazing feeling being a part of that,” said Jim Cummings.
Jim and Amy Cummings recently became the new franchisees of mobile franchise company, Kona Ice, serving shaved ice to Placer County. The 9-year-old franchiser expects its franchisees to be involved in numerous public events benefiting their respective communities. “It’s really all about the giveback ... We can give back to schools, give back to churches. It’s just an amazing feeling being a part of that,” said Jim Cummings. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
Jim and Amy Cummings recently became the new franchisees of mobile franchise company, Kona Ice, serving shaved ice to Placer County. The 9-year-old franchiser expects its franchisees to be involved in numerous public events benefiting their respective communities. “It’s really all about the giveback ... We can give back to schools, give back to churches. It’s just an amazing feeling being a part of that,” said Jim Cummings. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com

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