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Perspective. My mouth dropped open(it usually does when KK doughnuts are involved) when I read the fifteen buck thing. But I get what you're saying.
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I am sure you have been featured in a Wednesday feature, but I missed it. I was just curious what you do in Alaska? Is it your job that keeps you there or is it for pleasure?
Am I the only one who thinks that Krispy Kreme would make bank if they started delivering?
Hard to beat when I was at UT and you could get buy 1 get 1 dozen free at the KK on Kingston. After that and swinging by Kroger for some Chocolate milk, it is not wonder I weighed 280 pounds after college
There is only 1 KK I know of in Utah and it is down in Provo. Too far of a drive. If you have ever been to Portland or now Denver you gotta try VooDoo Donuts. Pretty tasty.
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I am afraid the increased labor and insurance liability would raise the price of the doughnuts...plus I would gain 20 pounds.
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It wouldn't be economically feasible. With the cost of gas and the low price per unit (with many only buying one dozen), no one would pay the necessary delivery fee. Look how the pizza delivery places have run the typical order price up to between $15 and $25 plus a delivery fee. You have to get the average order up to that range, and I don't see how that would work with donuts.
If Krispy Kreme made delivery available for companies only, they could make serious bank. Dino's does that up here, and about half of their profits come from delivery.
This post was edited by tntoak 10 months ago
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