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Ice cream for everyone

Oh Happy Day!

Tuesday, April 25th is Free Cone Day at Ben & Jerry's, and you know what that means... free ice cream for you!

As a way to thank our customers for their support and to celebrate 28 years of scooping the chunkiest, funkiest ice cream, frozen yogurt and sorbet, Ben & Jerry's scoop shops are giving it away!

Around the world, scoop shops are opening their doors from noon to 8:00 pm, to serve up a free scoop of your favorite flavor (or better yet, a new one you've been wanting to try, like Turtle Soup™, Peanut Butter Swirl or Lemonade Sorbet).

So grab a pal and come on down to have some 'scream on us!
Like we said... Oh Happy Day!

Well, it looks like Ben and Jerry's is having their Free Cone Day promotion tommorrow at selected stores. I'm pretty sure that in the entire whole of my life, I've never so much has had a taste of Ben and Jerry's ice cream. I've heard people rave about it but I could never be bothered enough to actually seek it out. They've got a store locator up on the website if you're trying to find the store nearest you. From what I can tell, the closest one to me is like 18 minutes away. Maybe if I get around to it, I can go and get rid of my Ben and Jerry's cherry (garcia). Ha ha. Ya, I know. Lame.

Anyway, if you have a B&J's by you. Free ice cream. Can't beat that. The Turtle Soup seems interesting. Vanilla ice cream with fudge, cashews and caramel.
Tags: free crap/deals

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