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2 King of Pops Drinks You Can Make this 4th of July

Posted by Mitchell Oliver on Jun 25, 2019 6:00:00 PM

Each 4th of July that passes I realize more and more that it’s never been about the fervent shows of patriotism or brave acts of our founding fathers. It’s all about cracking open some crispy boys and thanking our lucky stars to be standing here today.

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Tags: culture, featured, Event Planning Tips

Create things for "your" people | Minimum Viable Audience vs. Traditional Success

Posted by Steven Carse on May 31, 2019 7:30:00 AM

One of my hats at King of Pops is to managing our marketing department. It consists of me and 2.5 other amazing people.

IMHO we put out more good work than many companies with exponentially more resources. Despite our success - one of our recurring struggles is to identify if a campaign or promotion is a success.

Some of our campaigns impact thousands, while others touch less than 20.

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Tags: featured, Biz That Matters

My mom taught me Open Book Management when I was a 10-years-old ... THANKS MOM!

Posted by Steven Carse on May 2, 2019 4:44:43 PM

When it comes to Moms - mine is the best as far as I'm concerned. I have zero memories of my mom being pessimistic. She raised me (the youngest of three boys) with a smile on her face the entire time.

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Tags: Insider, culture, featured, Biz That Matters, Lead Your Company

Tips from a Recent College Graduate

Posted by Rachel Klika on Apr 25, 2019 2:45:58 PM

The past few weeks marked the last month remaining for this year’s class of grads. They still have the hurdles of those final presentations, papers, and exams ahead, but before they know it they’ll be sweating under their caps and gowns waiting to cross the stage.

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Tags: Insider, culture, featured, Higher Education

Why working with local businesses is important: Local Bee Farms

Posted by Jared Lee on Apr 15, 2019 7:00:00 AM

In the summer of 2014 I left the restaurant industry behind and started a career working for King of Pops. Upon arrival, it seemed that my knife skills were well suited for the job as there was always a bounty of fruit to be prepped. 

Aside from that, the job also feed my chef driven desire to work with local growers. At that time it was a lot easier to find and utilize local ingredients. Farmers could back their trucks into our loading dock and we would buy as much usable produce they had.

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Tags: culture, featured, Build Your Community, Event Planning Tips, Lead Your Company

We’re Partnering With 4 Atlanta Orgs for Opening Day

Posted by Diego Torres on Mar 27, 2019 7:00:00 AM

Every day, we aim to create unexpected moments of happiness. And each year, we celebrate our birthday by doing just that, handing out thousands of free pops around Atlanta in the process. It's our small way of kicking off the pop-slinging season and expressing gratitude to our hometown.

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Tags: Insider, culture, featured, Build Your Community, Lead Your Company, Core Values

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