It's Friday, and the call, of course, on the fredagsslik.
Several cars have today held in the queue to Toms chocolate factory to get your fingers in tilbudschokolade. Chokoladegiganten keeps namely, drive-ins outlet at the factory car park on the Toms Avenue, located next to the Ballerup Byvej and Ringvej b4 Ballerup.
According to the kommunikationsmanager at Toms Lea Sørensen Holm, there are goods, which the company had produced for airports, grænsehandler and the like.
- We keep it here outlet to give goods a second chance by selling them at attractive prices, says Lea Sørensen Holm to Ekstra Bladet.
- It is a consequence of our customers in their very nature, cannot have just sold so much in for example airports. So it is a good way to get rid of some of her goods, she says.
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Earlier Friday there was a queue at the junction between Ballerup Byvej and Ringvej b4 Ballerup. Photo: Kenneth Meyer
According to Lea Sørensen Holm has chocolate taken its precautions.
- the Whole setup to make it as drive-thru has been to make it easy, smooth and fast, but also to be sure that no one runs any risk, she says.
Kommunikationsmanageren tells that the previous Friday was the queue.
- We have not so much queue here as in the past, but there are still many people. It has been a pleasure to see so much support from citizens, " says Lea Sørensen Holm.
Earlier Friday, was, Copenhagen is Ranked the Police present at the chocolate factory in order to keep track of, that Toms-the employees complied with the coronaretningslinjerne.
We were present earlier and could see that there was no need for prosecution, and that they do not tangle with the guidelines, tells vagtchef at Copenhagen is Ranked the Police Brian Holm to Ekstra Bladet.
Extra Magazine's man on the spot tells, that upon arrival a piece of paper with nine things you can order, and then you are running toward the red tents and pay. Under the tents are the goods, as employees bear into wearing gloves.
the Sale goods for at 15. Photo: Kenneth Meyer