MighTea Boba owners Trevor and Carol Grover have been sharing Geneva Gelato products alongside their bubble tea offerings for quite some time in Canandaigua.
Now they’re sharing space in Geneva Gelato on Exchange Street downtown.
Such arrangements are a growing trend in fast-food circles, and the Grovers, who live in Canandaigua, think it could work for small business owners such as themselves as well.
Next to Geneva Gelato owner Jeff Kovac’s counter you’ll see one for MighTea Boba, where the Grovers mix up their Thai-style tea drinks that are becoming more popular by the day.
The Grovers’ relationship with Geneva Gelato began when they were searching to bring the frozen dessert, popular in Italy, into their shop in Roseland Plaza in Canandaigua.
“We tried others, but theirs is the best,” said Carol Grover, who works as a CPA when not managing the business with her husband.
The business relationship took another step when the two businesses teamed up to serve gelato and bubble tea around the holidays at Waterloo Premium Outlets in Seneca County.
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