The Texas Icer can be used as a Concession Cooler
If you are running a relatively large concession stand and get a steady flow of customers day in and day out, then you might want to consider purchasing this icer, which is also perfect for use as a large concession cooler. The advantage of this icer is that has a large capacity and can accommodate up to 144 cans or bottles, depending on the amount of ice used. This large concession cooler can also be used for catering businesses.
If you require a devoted concession cooler for your concession stand that also features add-ons such as an umbrella holder, work shelf, and even in-cup holders, you might be interested in this concession cooler.
You might also be interested in our other concession equipment.
One of the Most Versatile Bottle Coolers for Sale at Rapids Wholesale
If you are looking for some of the best bottle coolers for sale in the market today, then you can’t go wrong with this merchandiser cooler. This merchandiser cooler is perfect for bars, pubs, clubs, and taverns that are looking to serve customers quickly and efficiently in addition to displaying (or “merchandising”) the available drinks (beer and other beverages) available for customers. Needless to say, this merchandiser cooler is one of the most versatile bottle coolers for sale available here at Rapids Wholesale and is excellent for use as well in remote bars, convenience stores, or at private parties.
Looking for smaller merchandiser cooler units? You can choose from one with fourteen-inch wheeled legs or another one with casters.
Details and Features of This Beverage Merchandiser Cooler
- Great for remote bars, C-stores, or parties
- Higher base reduces bending to fish out products
- Heavy duty drain assembly
- With sixteen-quart reservoir
- Convenient lower shelf
- NSF standard
- With Two-year limited warranty
- Ships from IA
- Please allow 2 weeks for delivery
CALIFORNIA PROP 65 WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For further information, visit their website.