Billowing Blooms Business Blossoms With Additional Turnkey CoolBot Cooler

Before moving to the United States, Arash Esmaeili owned his own florist business in Costa Rica for about fifteen years. When he relocated to Texas from Central America, it took him some time to get back into the industry. Getting accustomed to different industry standards and climate restrictions took some getting used to, but after working with several local florists, …

Carol Ptak Talks Success During Covid At Gryphon Ranch

“Behind every successful rancher, there’s a wife that works in town,” laughs Carol Ptak, claiming that is every rancher’s unofficial motto. Carol is delightfully voluble, charismatically imparting her wisdom upon us regarding the local cattle ranching industry and how it’s been affected by the pandemic. She’s bright and energetic, describing how Gryphon Ranch, a modest cattle ranch in the Arizona …

Theodora Farms Kicks Off Its Inaugural Harvest With CSA Deliveries + Drive Through Services

Theodora Farms is kicking off its inaugural season as we write this, in the strange reality that is Covid-19 Spring 2020. And while Theodora Farms may be the fresh new farm in Godfrey, Illinois, their Farm Manager Kris Larson is celebrating his sixteenth year farming. He got his start in agriculture in college in Northern California and spent time volunteering …

Runnin’ With The Devil In Juneau – CoolBot Helps Devil’s Club Brewing Company Stockpile Brews For Cruise Season

Jake Ridle is a Juneau, Alaska native who flew the coop during his “career of schooling,” earning an Associate’s Degree in Culinary Arts, Bachelor’s Degree in International Business and a Master’s Degree in Global Supply Chain Management before recently returning home to roost — ahem, to brew!  Jake and his friends had been homebrewing as a hobby for years, even …

Corey’s Pickles: Chillin’ Thanks to CoolBot

Corey Bellarosa began making pickles as a kiddo with his dad. Making pickles wasn’t a “huge family thing,” according to Corey. It wasn’t like his family had been making pickles for generations. However, all of his family members were huge pickle “fanatics” and they were sick of “buying crap in the store,” tells Corey, spoken like a true New Yorker. …

John Helms Builds Custom Refrigerated Trailers Of Your Dreams

John Helms doesn’t personally own a CoolBot. But he is deeply familiar with our products, installing them regularly at his business building custom refrigerated trailers for clients at American Trailers of the Carolinas Inc. Helms’ trailers are sold all over the country, from Texas to Oregon, Pennsylvania to Illinois, and Florida to New York.  “My product is really interesting,” Helms …

“Drink Wisconsinbly” – Historic Barn Venue Gets Modern Walk In Cooler Upgrade

When Carolyn Hewitt relocated to the middle-of-nowhere Wisconsin after a stranger knocked on her door and made an offer she couldn’t refuse on her family’s Southern California home, her family experienced quite the culture shock. Carolyn hadn’t really intended to move as far away as the Midwest. They’d planned on buying an oceanside home not to far from their previous …

Evergreen Brewery Uses Mini Split + CoolBot For Cold Keg Storage

David Labarbara began homebrewing beer as a hobby about thirteen years ago while he was still gainfully employed at his oil and gas job. When the price of oil fell dramatically and they wanted David to take a massive pay cut and work longer hours, he said no thanks and quit. David wanted to pursue a career in a field …

Inside Look at a Santa Barbara Funeral Home

Disclaimer: This blog post is about the funeral industry business. It includes topics like death and cremation. If this type of subject matter makes you uncomfortable, we suggest you don’t continue reading. When we inquired how Dan Flynn originally got into the death business, he laughed. “I lost a bet!” he tells us. Dan knows a whole lot about death. …