Nicholas J. Carse gave up a job as an assistant prosecutor in Georgia’s Gwinnett County a year ago to sell homemade frozen fruit pops with his brother from a cart outside of the Buddy’s gas station in Poncey-Highlands. So far, he has no regrets.

King of Pops, their business making gourmet frozen fruit concoctions, quickly became a local sensation as their cart with the rainbow-striped umbrella popped up at outdoor festivals and farmers markets around the city during the hot summer months.

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