BUFFALO, N.Y., July 15 /PRNewswire/ -- July is a month filled with celebrations; our nation's birthday, barbeques with family and friends, lazy days at the beach and of course, trips to your local ice cream stand during National Ice Cream Month for a scoop of your favorite flavor!
Perry's Ice Cream gives you another reason to celebrate this month with Free Scoop Fest! Visit any of the participating ice cream stands listed below for a free cone on National Ice Cream Day, Sunday, July 18! See participating locations for time of promotion and flavors.
Participating Ice Cream Stands:
Barnhart's Candito's Pizzeria Cummings Coffee
765 Oneida Valley Road 1025 Old Zelienople Road 146 N. Main Street
Butler, PA 16001 Ellwood City, PA 16117 Butler, PA 16001
(724) 285-3738 (724) 752-1837 (724) 287-3287
Dairy Mill Donna's Fancy Restaurant Edwards Ice Cream
225 W. Main Street 102 Victory Road 518 Bairdford Road
East Palestine, OH 44413 Saxonburg, PA 16056 Bairdford, PA 15006
(330) 426-6043 (724) 352-1990 (724) 265-4414
Ice Cream World Mazzanti's Beans & Cream Sewickley Confectionary
3458 Harts Run Road 1800 N. Main Street 600 Beaver Street
Glenshaw, PA 15116 Butler, PA 16001 Sewickley, PA 15143
(412) 767-4320 (724) 841-0280 (412) 741-7075
Shmily's The Milk Shake Factory Twist
1136 New Castle Road 1705 East Carson Street 203 Main Street
Prospect, PA 16052 Pittsburgh, PA 15203 New Eagle, PA 15067
(724) 865-9713 (412) 488-1808 (724) 258-3770
About National Ice Cream Month
1984, President Ronald Reagan designated July as National Ice Cream Month and the third Sunday of the month as National Ice Cream Day. He recognized ice cream as a fun and nutritious food that is enjoyed by a full 90% of the nation's population.
According to the International Dairy Foods Association, The U.S. ice cream industry generates more than $21 billion in annual sales and provides thousands of jobs to citizens. About 9% of all the milk produced by U.S. dairy farmers is used to produce ice cream, contributing significantly to the economic well-being of the nation's dairy industry.
Today Perry's remains a true "Made In NY" product using fresh milk from New York State dairy farmers, manufacturing all its products at its facility in Akron, N.Y., and employing more than 285 regional residents.
Perry's continues to use its own tried and true process for making all its ice cream flavors and frozen treats. In addition to using wholesome ingredients, one of the big differences in the final product is that Perry's still slow cooks the ice cream mix. "New technologies exist that would enable us to finish the ice cream making process in about 30 seconds, but instead we choose to spend 30 minutes to achieve the velvety texture and creamy taste we are proud to put our name on," said Brian Perry, executive vice president and vice chair.
About Perry's Ice Cream
Perry's Ice Cream, founded in 1918 by H. Morton Perry and headquartered in Western New York, is a family-owned and operated fourth generation ice cream manufacturer with frozen distribution services. Since its humble beginning, when hand cranks and horse-drawn delivery wagons were used, Perry's has maintained one of the most modern, state-of-the-art production facilities in the country to produce over 13 million gallons per year of great tasting ice cream, one batch at a time. With over 285 employees, Perry's sells and distributes to New York, Western Pennsylvania, New England and Northeast Ohio.
SOURCE Perry's Ice Cream