Kelley Costa had settled into corporate accounting work for a decade when she was hit with the “surprise of a lifetime.” Multiple brain aneurysms followed by brain surgery. She said goodbye to good hair days, she recalls. And hello to the realization that “there is only today and now is the time to follow your dreams.”
Kelley’s parents owned two ice cream stands and she decided to follow their lead, opening Churn in three locations, most recently, Pittsburgh’s Southside.
Her goal: to combine hand-crafted ice cream with community and a dose of invention… chocolate-dipped potato chip or ketchup ice cream, anyone?
– Eve Lederman, The 100 Companies