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Details along with the menu will be coming very soon
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I had a great interview with Joan of Rosy's Ice Cream and Diner, we stepped back into time as she shares her story.
About 8 years ago my husband and I went home to Illinois and visited a
classic Ice Cream shop. I had an “a-ha” inspirational moment that this was
something the Tri-Cities needed and knew it was something I could deliver. I love the old days and everything about it! I guess some people could call me old fashioned even still. The times were fun, simple and wholesome then, all I wanted to do was bring a bit of the old days into today's hurry, hurry world. You know, stop and smell the roses, sit back and enjoy a wholesome meal and listen to your personal favorite oldie songs, enjoy family, friends and good conversation.
If I am going to have an ice cream diner I had to have a name, what should I call it? My husband left it up to me. I thought it over and over in my mind when I had a memory recall of my Grandmothers doll. We weren't allowed to touch that doll and she was so beautiful, her name was Rosy, yes, yes that was it Rosy's Ice Cream and Diner was to be the name. The decor I also decided to take straight from the 50's era!
I had no idea it would be so much work, sometimes it feels like I am married to the business. Joan giggled a bit here, "but that is what it takes, you have to be dedicated if you want to succeed."
We serve food like juicy cheeseburger, fries and an honest to goodness straight from scratch Milkshake, meatloaf and mashed potatoes that makes you feel like you stepped into your Grandmas or Moms kitchen? There’s no way to go hungry with home cookin’ like this. A country breakfast like cooked to order eggs, hash browns, bacon and sausage. Plus, I have my own personal specialty, Apple Pancakes! Delicious!
We also have a variety of deli sandwiches and soup that is made fresh daily. Every night, Rosy’s has dinner specials that should remind everyone of home and family dinners– Salisbury Steak, Lasagne, Steak and Bleu Cheese Salad…
Do you really want to step back into the feel of the 50's how about a “ice cream creation.” Kids of all ages
can come in and create a dream of ice cream. It makes me so happy to see
parents and their kids here enjoying their childhood favorites.
We have a special party room available to host celebrations of all sizes and types.Rosy’s has it all. Joan says she has no regrets, but great memories that have been created through out the years.
Jo Anne Romero
Moreover, 49% of women say if they don't have a coupon in hand, they would not buy dinner out; also, 33% wouldn't have their carpets cleaned, and 32% wouldn't buy a gallon of milk, the study found.
Below, other findings from Valpak's 125th Birthday of the Coupons Survey of female consumers in the US.
Results were also broken out by political party affiliation: Republicans were slightly more likely than Democrats to view couponing as American as apple pie (78.2% vs. 70.7%):
Regardless of party lines, nearly 70% of women reported they "love saving money and getting great discounts," with many saying the coupon craze is trendy and more socially acceptable among their peers.
Americans Use Both Paper and Digital
More than eight in ten women (84%) say they use coupons received via mail, such as Valpak, and those found in newspapers.
However, digital couponing is gaining momentum; among surveyed women:
Couponing Gaining Even More Popularity
Nearly six in ten women (58%) say they have increased their coupon habits over the past few years.
Democrats were slightly more likely than Republican to say they had increased couponing over the past several years (63% vs. 57%).
Asked why they are couponing more, both Republicans and Democrats cite saving money (75.9% and 76.7%, respectively). However, Republicans were more likely than Democrats to cite a bad economy as a reason for couponing more (65.5% vs. 54.4%), whereas Democrats were more likely than Republicans to say they just wanted a deal (63.1% vs. 51.7%).