Celebrate America’s Most Delicious Holiday

Summer is heating up, and that means National Soft Serve Day (August 19th) will be here before you know it. Lucky for you, our sister company Frostline®, is the unofficial sponsor of the holiday. That means we have the inside scoop–or should we say swirl? –on all things National Soft Serve Day, and we want to help you close out summer with an epic celebration. It’s easier than you might think to bring the frozen fun to your soft serve operation, and there’s no better way to attract customers than with a party.

First, whether you’re already a Frostline customer or not, visit their website to learn how to order your complimentary Celebration Kit. All you have to do is contact them, and they’ll send you a kit– no strings attached – that will arrive at your doorstep in just a few business days.  Inside, you’ll find signage to hang up in your store and a step-by-step playbook on how to promote National Soft Serve Day.

Also on their website, you can download a set of unique images to use in your own social media to help bring customers to your store. In addition, you can learn more about our friends at PAICRA (People Against Ice Cream Related Accidents), whose sole mission is to bring awareness to the dangers of hard-packed ice cream. By serving soft serve, you’re making the safer choice and resting the wrists of your employees.

National Soft Serve Day is better with friends. So on August 19th, join us (and Frostline) in raising a cone to America’s most delicious holiday. Be sure to share your photos and videos on Facebook and Twitter, tagging Frostline and #NationalSoftServeDay.

And since the party begins and ends with soft serve, be sure to stock up on your Frostline Soft Serve Mix now.

 

 

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