16 Handles Celebrates National Ice Cream Day with Free Ice Cream and Launches First Gelato Flavor
(RestaurantNews.com) This Sunday, June 15th, 16 Handles is celebrating National Ice Cream Day by gifting free soft-serve ice cream and frozen yogurt to 16 Handles rewards members. The brand is also launching their first gelato flavor – Raspberry Lemon Gelato. Crafted with all-natural ingredients like fresh raspberries and lemon, the Raspberry Lemon Gelato is a refreshingly tasty flavor exclusive to the 16 Handles Artisan Collection.
“We’re thrilled to celebrate our loyal fans by rewarding them on National Ice Cream Day – it’s one of the many perks of using our mobile app,” says CEO and founder, Solomon Choi. “16 Handles is all about having something for everyone. Last summer, we launched ice cream for the first time, and this summer we’ve expanded our offerings to include soft-serve gelato.”
Customers must download the 16 Handles app to claim their 3 ounces of free soft-serve, which can be redeemed by scanning the app’s QR code at the register.
About 16 Handles
Founded in 2008, 16 Handles is New York City’s first self-serve frozen yogurt shop and is currently the number one frozen yogurt business in the city. It has since grown to 35 locations and is now expanding internationally. 16 Handles sets itself apart with unique store design, innovative marketing, artisan flavors, and over 50 toppings to choose from, including your favorite candy, fresh fruit, sauces, and more. They highlight individuality and customization, encouraging fans to “flaunt their flavor” both in their cups and their lives. Committed to sustainability, 16 Handles uses biodegradable packaging and spoons and the brand plants 16 trees per day through a partnership with Trees for the Future. For more information visit http://www.16handles.com, Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/16Handles) or Twitter (@16Handles).
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