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Tim Hortons and Cold Stone Closing

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Tim Hortons and Cold Stone Closing

Another location of Tim Hortons that was fortunately, not shut down.

Another location of Tim Hortons that was fortunately, not shut down.

Another location of Tim Hortons that was fortunately, not shut down.

Another location of Tim Hortons that was fortunately, not shut down.

Yadira Zamora, Contributing Writer

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Imagine losing your job when you most need it. Imagine that your income won’t be able to help feed your family (siblings) any more or buying things your parent(s) cannot afford. Helping out around the house with bills or even the little things like soap, detergent or toothpaste.

Tim Hortons and cold stone shut down located in Wyoming. The shutdown caused the laying of its workers. About 10 employees are students at Wyoming high school. These students are now panicking trying to find a job by the time school ends. Many relied on this job to help them get their necessities.

Tim Hortons was founded in 1964 by a Canadian hockey player. Cold Stone was founded in 1988 by Donald Former.

Kyndall Morgan and Joe Coleman are just a few from the many employees at Wyoming High School that got laid off.

Joe Coleman has worked at Tim Hortons and Cold Stone for about 2 months

“It was fun, I learned a lot but a lot of drama was going on that made me kind of want to quit”. “ I kind of realize that stuff was going on, everyone was their getting hours cut and the two main managers didn’t agree with each other. Tim Hortons and Cold Stone’s management seemed to be dysfunctional and when this occurs nothing gets taken care of and everything else starts to fail.  

Many people go to Tim Hortons and Cold Stone for their iced drinks and donuts “We had customers but, it did feel like we lost a lot when the ice cream machine broke,” said Joe. “When the machine broke and it’s a popular item people tend to get annoyed and either leave or drive off rudely.”

The managers would leave at 2 PM. “The employees (teens) ran the place, and they wouldn’t come back till close which is 9:30,” said Joe.

Kyndall Morgan, another high school student that got laid off from Tim Hortons and Cold Stone includes that “ we tried to satisfy every customer” when it came to the managers “ there was sometimes a lack of communication”

Lastly, Joe and Kyndall concluded that the main reasoning behind the closing was that the store was located in a bad location.

Joe, Kyndall and I disagree that it was just an excuse for the store to close. If it was a bad area then why has the store not been robbed yet? Or vandalized? Why would they build Tim Hortons and Cold Stone there thinking it was a bad area? I know plenty of fast food places and other stores that are in the “ghetto” and they are running for years without any complications.

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