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Playing the Hits for the Last Week of Summer

by Ben LeBlanc August 28, 2017

Playing the Hits for the Last Week of Summer

Good morning!

As we enter the last week of the summer, I think it’s a good time to look back on these last few months. This summer was our first operating both of our shops, and second summer at West Elm in Dumbo. When I was starting Good Stock, one of the first questions I always fielded was “What are you going to do in the summer?” Without fail, I responded, “We’re going to sell soup!” We are committed to making delicious soup, no matter the weather. We developed menus to match the weather. We introduced soups from hot climates from around the world. And we tried to listen to you to see what you wanted to eat.

We wouldn’t have made it through this summer without you, our diehard Soup Troopers. Because it’s easy to be a soup shop in the cold months. Summer, however, is whole different game. So thank you from the bottom of my heart for sticking with us and helping us get through the summer. We’ve got one more week to go, and we hope to see you before you kick back for Labor Day Weekend!
The Unknown Favorite

This week, we’ll be featuring this summer’s greatest hits. The Unknown Favorite. Summer Vegetable Soup. Kale Salad. Watermelon & Feta Salad. Salads with pickled summer fruit. And more to come as the week progresses.

Thank you again, and I hope this last week of summer is your best one yet!

Ben LeBlanc
Ben LeBlanc

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