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Meet the new team
tara may bitz
Tara works for a commercial real estate tech firm and owns a digital media agency. You may see her around town taking photos at City events.
Tara has over ten years of ten years of service industry experience, ranging from bartending to event planning. She will be running the day-to-day operations of snoball, as well as the website and social media.
She enjoys swimming, hiking, watching reruns of sitcoms, reading, going to hockey games, trying new restaurants with nick, and traveling with friends. She and Nick live in Bedford with their son Ruxx, and cats Zima and Beep.
Nick is a mortgage broker, real estate investor, and restaurateur. His restaurant, El Taco H, just won Best Tacos in Denton at the 2023 TacoFest.
Nick has been working in restaurants since he was sixteen. He started as Andy the Armadillo at Texas Roadhouse in Bedford, was a server at Chuys Arlington, bartended in Fort Worth, and now owns a taco truck, restaurant, and snowcone stand.
Nick will be running back-end business and will pop-in from time to time and will help out at Snoball events throughout the year.
He enjoys mountain biking, Formula 1 racing, cooking, traveling, cracking jokes, and having breakfast meetings at Waffle House.
Billy is an investor and realtor and has been a top producing real estate team in H-E-B for the past five years.
Billy has worked in various positions of hospitality work, starting as a giant cup mascot at Sonic.
Billy will handle our in-person marketing and you may see him in the drive-thru window on some weekends or working with us at events.
He and Nick have been best friends since they met at Trinity High School. He now lives in Hurst with his wife Ryndi, kids Hollyn and Riley, and two dogs.
He enjoys chatting with strangers, traveling, time with family and friends, racing cars, skate parks, and flying planes.
Way back in 2006 two punk teenagers went to their local snocone shop, Bedford Snoball, an institution of the city since 1976. Their intentions were to beat the heat and talk to the owners about their business. They had little work experience and less money, but they saw the the value in at least talking with owners to pick their brain. After a couple tigers bloods and an enthusiastic “well never sell!” they left with a dream.
17 years later, their patience paid off. They finally got to buy the snowcone stand they always wanted.
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