Trinity Newsletter- July
It all started 25 years ago in Chicago, Illinois. Founder and CEO of Skillets, Ross Edlund, found his passion while going to school at Northwestern University. He had his life mapped out… Get a degree in history and then he planned to go off to law school! Well, that was until he met a man that had just finished chef school and did a lot of baking for caterers. He needed some help on the side with his baking business and Ross stepped in; this is where it all began, and he knew this industry would be a part of his life.
Welcome to Bahia Bowls! This Acai Café was founded in 2017 and continues to rapidly expand primarily because of its nutritional options and delicious menu. Due to the current health crisis facing our nation, consumers have an even greater awareness and appetite for healthy, grab and go, low contact food options. Since their inception, Bahia Bowls offers the convenience of ordering online with curbside pick-up, which is now more important than ever. Quick Service Restaurants (QSR), focused on healthy eating options will surely continue to gain momentum as consumers begin to rethink their dining options. Over the past three years, there has been a seismic shift across the industry, and Bahia Bowls is well positioned to be able to bring these options to consumers everywhere! Geared towards those who have an active lifestyle, Bahia Bowls launched this amazing concept in sunny Southwest Florida. Since then, they haven’t looked back!
Welcome to Jeremiah’s Italian Ice where you can indulge in a refreshing, delicious treat that the whole family will love! From Italian ice and soft serve ice cream, to gelati and “pup cups”, this is the perfect place to hang out and enjoy a unique dessert. Nick Frisone and his wife Renata are so excited about opening up this Franchise here in Naples, FL! Read More
Over the past several weeks, we have experienced something that most of us never thought plausible. A Pandemic. The world has been shaken as we see the effects of COVID-19 across the globe. But this disease is not the only thing that people are facing. When it comes to commercial real estate and our changing market, we have found that people are responding in different ways…