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The name that rings a bell
Home Ice Cream franchise owner Kevin Cooper loves interacting with the community.
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We all know the sound of the
Home Ice Cream truck
ringing its bell as it drives
around the neighbourhood.
The ice-creams are delicious
and you are guaranteed a
smile and a chat from the
Making the decision to join
Home Ice Cream was an easy
one for Canberra franchisee
Kevin Cooper after
considering running his own
business for some time.
"A friend of mine showed
Chronicle about being a
franchisee for the company
and said why don't you try
this?' and it just went from
there," Kevin said.
"I started in July this year
and I've found it really good
so far. It's really pleasing to
see the kids run after the truck
in the street and adults do the
Kevin covers most of the
south of Canberra including
Queanbeyan, visiting certain
suburbs daily and completing
an entire run of all the
suburbs in his route 12 days
over a fortnight.
He has thoroughly enjoyed
his time with the business so
far, particularly the
interaction with the
community and the Home Ice
"The most enjoyable
element of my job is seeing
the delight on the kids' faces
when they come out of their
homes. I'm quite struck at
some of the adults as well,
who come running after the
truck too," Kevin said.
"I believe that Home Ice
Cream has really great
products as well. I'm working
with a great team, and trusted
products that people love."
Home Ice Cream is
proudly Australian made and
You can work for yourself
and there is initial and
ongoing training provided.
There are no royalties or
marketing levies, low
working capital requirements
and no redundancy fears.
There are franchise
opportunities in Canberra
now. Join Kevin to become a
part of your community as a
Home Ice Cream franchisee.
For more information
about joining the growing
Home Ice Cream family,
contact Stewart Towler on
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FESTIVAL OF CREATIVITY
Push for artist-in-residence gathers pace
Gungahlin College students produced art,
including a drawing of Russian president
Vladimir Putin, for the GozzArt fund-raising
Photo: Belle Thompson
A huge festival of music and art was held at
Gungahlin College on Friday to raise money for
its proposed artist-in-residence program.
The festival was called GozzArt, a play on the
name Gozzard Street in Gungahlin.
Students created an array of art, jewellery,
pottery and clothes to sell to the public, in a bid
to engage the community with the college's new
Principal Gai Beecher said the festival also
featured a film festival on Friday evening, which
showed short films produced by media students.
"This is only the fourth year of the college, and
you can already see the amazing student talent,"
Ms Beecher said.
"It was a real community festival of art and
design work, everything from photographic
work, paintings, drawings, ceramics and lots of
woodwork, furniture like coffee tables and chairs
-- there was heaps of things for sale."
The proceeds from the day were split between
The Smith Family, a charity chosen by the
school, and the artist-in-residence program
which Ms Beecher hopes to have up and running
by next year.
She said artist at the school would only benefit
students, but also members of the community
who wish to come in and use the facilities.
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