Our Story

It was New Year’s Eve 2010. Josh Bird, owner of a Baskin Robbins franchise, was on the roof of his store with a broken freezer unit. Several miles away, his family was at a New Year’s Eve party—the same party Josh was at (and now missing) when he received a call letting him know his walk in freezer wasn’t working and all of his ice cream was melting.

This experience was the tipping point in a long series of events that made Josh realize something had to be done. He needed a solution that would allow him and his employees to love their work and live their life. However, after a fruitless search, he realized no such solution existed. There was a problem, and no one was willing to fix it. So, in a fashion that typifies how we do things at Jolt, Josh decided to fix it himself.

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