Are you ready to enjoy a delicious milkshake made the old-fashioned way? Visit the new Razor’s Edge Shark Cage on the first level of Mako Hall and celebrate the Grand Opening of Sweet Spot Milkshakes, a student-run business on Friday, September 13. Stop by and enjoy a delicious treat. Cash or credit cards are accepted.
- Location: Shark Cage, 1st floor, Mako Hall
- Operating Hours: Monday’s, 5:00 – 10:00 pm, Friday’s and Saturday’s, 7:00 pm – 1:00 am
- Satisfy your sweet tooth and late–night cravings for something sweet at Sweet Spot Milkshakes where you will enjoy a refreshing, cool, good to the last drop milkshake!
Do you have those late night cravings for something sweet that will hit the spot! Treat yourself to one of the most iconic American desserts, a truly delicious milkshake with a variety of add-ins. Indulge yourself and visit Sweet Spot Milkshakes, located in the Shark Cage on the ground floor of Mako Hall on Grand Opening day, Friday, September 13 from 7:00 pm – 1:00 am.
Sweet Spot Milkshakes, owned and operated by Mason Petrosky, a junior from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, who is a Dual Admit Law student majoring in Paralegal Studies and minoring in Entrepreneurship. Petrosky encourages you to take a well-deserved break and enjoy relaxing over a milkshake during the late night hours when other venues on campus are closed.
Additional Shark Cage Businesses
Each Razor’s Edge Shark Cage Scholars Program student opens an on-campus, student-run business in order to fulfill their scholarships. Each business aims to engage all members of the NSU community including students, faculty, and staff. Students went through specifically designed courses to aid them in getting their businesses started. From making Shark Pitches and Shark Funding Pitches to faculty members and entrepreneurs, students gained confidence in starting their on-campus businesses. Petrosky is joining six returning Shark Cage student-run businesses from last year, Mako Me Fit (protein shakes), The Lemonade Stand, Shark MGT, Shark Market, Shark Vault, and Simple Servings as well as three Shark Cage businesses that opened recently, Mako Ice, Natural Bowl, and Shark Bait Candy Shop. Watch your messages because there are an additional 10 Shark Cage student-run businesses celebrating their grand openings between September 18 and 20. We invite you to ENGAGE with them and support their businesses.
For more information about this program, please contact:
Cheryl R. Babcock, CFE
Lecturer and Director
Razor’s Edge Shark Cage Scholars Program
Huizenga Business College
Nova Southeastern University