Wednesday, February 10, 2010

What We've Been Up To

Our van has been spending a quiet winter upstate with Joel's girlfriend Danielle's generous grandmother Nana:

David: "What came first, the van or the garage?"

I'm not kidding when I say that air literally had to be taken out of the tires in order to fit the van in there.

Here's what happened last time we took the van out:

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So, what have we been up to since you last heard from us?

Well, other than celebrating Mardi Gras:

We've been researching plastics:

And the possibility of outsourcing our painstaking pop-stick-stamping process:

Unfortunately, the smallest possible one-time order is for 13,200,000 sticks.

We've been crunching numbers:

And pushing pop frontiers:

Joel: "What if we just made a pop out of just ICE???"

Here's Joel explaining our new Thai play-toy.

We made into Karen Seiger's wonderful Markets of New York City, published by the Little Bookroom.

Lots more going on, but nothing we're ready to talk about just yet. Just rest assured that we're fantasizing about warmer days...

David, Joel, Nathalie

p.s. Anyone interested in trading pops for a better-looking website should feel free to contact us. We may be looking to outsource that, too.
p.p.s. Anyone going to the North America Pizza and Ice Cream Trade Show in Columbus this weekend? Holla!


MarketsNYC said...

Loved your post! I can't wait to see you when I'm not a popsicle myself! Thanks for mentioning the book - it's going to be very pretty!

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