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UNEXPECTED MOMENTS OF HAPPINESS

Our purpose is to create unexpected moments of happiness (UMoHs) within our community. We’re known best for doing this with a unique and delicious pop! But, really an UMoH is any delightful surprises that makes you smile in that good kinda feelin’ way. Our goal is to create 5,000 UMoHs by 2021. Help us keep track of such gleeful moments by submitting UMoH’s as you experience them, and watch our Happy Counter climb.

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I brought pops to the office. They LOVED it. Best part was that I got to fulfill my life-long dream of slinging pops. Only sad part was that no one gave me a tip!?

I brought pops to the office. They LOVED it. Best part was that I got to fulfill my life-long dream of slinging pops. Only sad part was that no one gave me a tip!?

I wish I was in your neighborhood! Great concept and beautiful execution. 🙂 – cam

Checking out your creative, smart, intentional website/company, is making me wish I was in your neighborhood! Great concept and beautiful execution. 🙂 – cam

Pops – Pay it forward.

One day I went to buy a pop to find that a gentleman in the line ahead of me had paid for the following 15 people in line. A few people contributed to keep the free pops going for more people waiting in line. It was adorable!

My favorite resturant happens to be a pie shop – so sweets – but that didn’t stop my sister from having a signature Chocolate Sea Salt as pregame. She’d never had a KOP pop before, and just couldn’t resist. & I served it to her! Even if the entire day was planned, it still brought a smile to my face & months later, still make me happy. 🙂

Love you guys!
Manu

umbrellas to keep their Wall-E dry until the storm cleared and the parade began. they inspired so much happiness around them that others stopped complaining about the rain, too, and took pictures. it was really like the ripples of raindrops — spreading all that good energy.

quench our thirst on Atlanta’s hot summer nights.

when you realize that a child is learning to read by the chalk written on the King of Pops’ chalkboard. And then you realize,… “ohmygosh! people learn to read by whatever messages our culture puts out there.” Here a young French-English boy was learning that pops can be made with real locally-grown strawberries and also with basil! wow.

because King of Pops was going there?? I wouldn’t have gone, but it became one of my best memories of something “different” happening in Atlanta on a Saturday. Proof that wherever the Rainbow Umbrella is going that that’s a great key indicator that cool & “revolutionary” (puns intended) things are bound to happen in the vicinity of pops!

“there’s magic here!” The bike racks are fun & convenient. The picnic tables off the BeltLine provide the perfect throwback to 1970s Atlanta — when plenty of trees, wisping shade, and old buildings were still the thing. Thanks for keeping us cool;being a central part of the Atlanta experience, KoP! You ALWAYS color my day with greatness.

“I can’t believe it has already been another year! So excited for pop season!” – Seal

King of Pops came and surprised one of their biggest fans, Lauren Nelson and the rest of her 4th grade classmates. They talked about starting a business, farming, and all of the fun flavors they have made. It was a ton of fun and the kids loved it!

Wow wow wow! King of Pops website looking good! Look at this site! Look at this happy moment!

Free Pops @ #madeinatlanta at Switchyards.

Thanks @kingofpops for coming to our after school this weeka nd making the kids feel loved in such a trying time!

I brought pops to the office. They LOVED it. Best part was that I got to fulfill my life-long dream of slinging pops. Only sad part was that no one gave me a tip!?

I wish I was in your neighborhood! Great concept and beautiful execution. 🙂 – cam

Pops – Pay it forward.

Wow wow wow! King of Pops website looking good! Look at this site! Look at this happy moment!