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Tropical Sno has dealers located in every US state and in over thirty foreign countries. Tropical Sno has been cited as an example of microfranchising. Tropical Sno is a retail brand derived from Pioneer Family Brands, Inc.
In popular culture
Then President Barack Obama stopped for a snow cone at Tropical Sno in Denison, Iowa, in 2012 while campaigning.
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- Magleby, Kirk (2008). "Microfranchise business models". In Stephen W. Gibson, W. Gibb Dyer. MicroFranchising: Creating Wealth at the Bottom of the Pyramid. Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN 978-1-84844-053-1.
- Martius, Waltraud (2010). "Microfranchising". Fairplay Franchising (in German). Springer Verlag. ISBN 978-3-8349-1849-9.
- "About Us". Tropical Sno. Retrieved 6 February 2013.
- Blake, Chris Cillizza and Aaron (2012-08-14). "Iowa, Iowa, Iowa: How the Hawkeye State become the center of the political world". Washington Post. Retrieved 2017-12-09.
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