Boss Mann magazine decided to take a trip to the great city of Long Beach, CA, to interview Fluffy’s Sno-Balls Kevyn Lee, the founder of Fluffy’s Sno-Balls; A New Orleans Original. Kevyn has been making gourmet Sno-balls since the age of 12 at his family’s store in his hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana. Kevyn Lee arrived in Los Angeles, California, as a result of Hurricane Katrina’s natural disaster. The beach was where Kevyn sought peace and solace in Los Angeles, Venice Beach specifically.
As Kevyn walked along the boardwalk on a hot summer day, he looked for a cool treat. The only available options were ice cream and frozen yogurt. Kevyn immediately thought that what Venice Beach was missing was a Sno-ball stand. Many years later, Kevyn noticed that Sno-balls were still missing and could be the perfect addition to the area. Kevyn became passionate about bringing a Sno-ball business to SoCal and would use his 15+ years of senior operational experience by starting his own business. In 2020, Covid-19 stormed the world. Kevyn spent the majority of his time in quarantine planning and plotting the perfect Sno-ball business. As fate would have it, all the stars seemed to align, and Covid-19 would soon be controlled through the announcement of multiple vaccinations. Kevyn looked at this moment as a sign to establish Fluffy’s Sno-Balls LLC in 2021. Fluffy’s Sno-balls was created with fun, love, and passion for a quality gourmet Sno-ball.
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