As temps rise, Brooklyn businesses boom

Hot temperatures have forced residents to find ways to cool down, which has helped some small businesses thrive this summer.Fabio's Tropical Ices says it is

BROOKLYN - Hot temperatures have forced residents to find ways to cool down, which has helped some small businesses thrive this summer.

Fabio's Tropical Ices says it is making 30 percent more than usual and serving up to as many as 1,500 people per day.

The owner says that he makes so much money in the summer that it helps support him for the rest of the year.

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