In Their Own Words: The Frozen Farmer’s Katey Evans Details Their Journey From Startup to Creamery With a National Reach
running-a-business | Read Time: 3 minutes
By Eric Springer | Published: September 2022
“There have been a lot of surprises since launching The Frozen Farmer,” explains Katey Evans, Co-Founder of Bridgeville, Del.-based The Frozen Farmer. “I feel like a kid in kindergarten every day, learning something new about the consumer packaged goods industry. But I think the most interesting thing I’ve learned is we have a really unique growth model.”
Adds Katey, “When we were looking for a financial partner what drew us to WSFS Bank is they were actually a referral from another happy Customer and friend of ours.”
Watch The Frozen Farmer’s video below to learn more about this rising business and how they are leveraging their relationship with WSFS Bank through an explosive time of growth!
About the Author – Eric Springer
Eric Springer is Vice President, Integrated Communications Manager at WSFS Bank. He brings nearly 20 years of experience in corporate communications and marketing for banking, professional services and nonprofit organizations.
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