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Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Mr. Margarita for your next party

A summer party out by the pool or on your deck or even in your backyard is a perfect setting for a margarita machine. This purveyor of frozen concoctions mixes drinks for parties up to 25 people (pictured) or 50 people for the double machine. It's the Slurpee for the adult generation.

Mr. Margarita provides machines in a lot of major U.S. cities for a fairly decent price. $120 gets you the single machine for all-day use and comes with 5 gallons of mix. No, not 5 gallons of tequila. Depending on the level of friends you're inviting, you can get away with mixing some lame tequila as you can't taste the difference with all the sweetness from the mix. Of course their headaches may be a cause for complaint the next day.

The Mr. Margarita website harkens back to days of yore when web designers displayed their skills with a Geocities homepage. Go visit it even if just for nostalgic reverie.

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Mr. Margarita Website - [mrmargarita.com]


4 Comments:

Anonymous said...

WE HAVE USED MR. MARGARITA'S MARGARITA MACHINES SEVERAL TIMES FOR OUR CATERING EVENTS. THESE GUYS ROCK!!! THEIR MIX IS JUST THE GREATEST AND THE MACHINES ARE VERY EASY TO OPERATE. MR. MARGARITA IS THE BEST!!!

Rick Dobbs said...

Always funny when someone from the company I post about decides to leave a spam in comments.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Dobbs - I have been reading your blog for quite a while now and find it of good value. However, I do not work for that particular company, have used Mr. Margarita's frozen drink machines on several occasions. Thus I was excited to see your post when you wrote about a company we have used in the past. Proper respect should be given prior to posting such comments. The community should not hinder this companys well being after an unfortunate blog such as yours. Thank you and we continue to support your comments!

Stacy M
Pensacola Fl.

Rick Dobbs said...

The grammar here escapes me. I'm not sure if my blog is of good value or if my blog is unfortunate. Either way, glad you like them.