Page 2 Interview--Janet Ayala, Ben & Jerry's Employee



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Q: Yesterday was free cone day. How many cones did you serve?


A: We served about 7,500 cones.

How long were people waiting?


We asked customers throughout the day, and it was maximum a 15-minute wait. We were going pretty fast. A lot of the employees went home with a very sore arm.

Now that it's the day after free cone day, is it a lot slower than a normal day?


Actually, today it's been pretty decent because we have really good weather. We've still had people call and see if it's still free cone day.

Are you relieved that it is over?


It wasn't bad. It's one of those days where you didn't have to worry about anything because people knew what they wanted.

Mike Pucher

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