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  2. Selling King of Pops (Neighborhood Partner Program)

Minimum operating requirements

  • You are responsible for having a legal business (business license, permits, etc.). In addition, you are responsible for any fines or fees that are a result of your sales activity. Our partner success team will provide limited assistance and guidance, but under the terms of our agreement, the ultimate responsibility to be a legal entity will fall to you.

  • It’s important to think through how you will transport the cart safely. We’ve had success with pickup trucks, some SUVs and vans, trailers, or services like Bungii. There are a variety of trailers that work as well

  • You will need a place to store pops. We have found that you can fit approximately 2,000 pops in a single 20 cubic feet deep freezer like this one.

Because you do not have to locate a permanent site from which to operate your King of Pops business, we do not provide you with assistance in doing so. You may open an office, but it is not required and does not need to be approved by us.

We estimate that it will take 2 to 6 weeks after you sign the Affiliate Agreement before you are selling your first pop. The factors affecting this length of time include the time necessary for you to obtain product and equipment, schedule your initial training, and hire and train any necessary employees.


KoP general liability insurance provides coverage to all products we manufacture if injury or harm is incurred due to the product.

We do not require any additional insurance, but it is your responsibility to make sure you have the appropriate level of insurance for your type of business.