Cold Stone Creamery all things Oreo for National Ice Cream Day

 Cold Stone Creamery ice cream day

Cold Stone Creamery wants ice cream lovers to unite! National Ice Cream Day is on Sunday, July 17 and Cold Stone Creamery is offering a special deal available only on the new and improved Cold Stone mobile app.

“Whether you’re a fan of classic Signature Creations like Chocolate Devotion and Birthday Cake Remix, or if you prefer to create your own ice cream concoctions, Cold Stone Creamery wants to invite you to celebrate the best day of the year with us,” said Sara Schmillen, vice president of marketing at Kahala Brands, the parent company of Cold Stone Creamery. “This National Ice Cream Day, Sunday, July 17, we’re celebrating by loading a little something sweet to our mobile app for our current My Cold Stone Club Rewards members – or anyone who wants to join!”

In honor of National Ice Cream Day, Cold Stone Creamery will offer guests $4 off a purchase of $20 or more. This offer will be valid in the app only and signing up is as simple as downloading the app and creating an account. My Cold Stone Club Members can simply sign in to their account on the app to receive the special deal. The offer will be valid from Sunday, July 17 through Thursday, July 21, 2022, and is redeemable for orders placed through the app.

In addition to this sweet offer, there are two additional ways to celebrate. First, all online orders placed between July 15 through July 17, 2022, will be eligible for free delivery. Second, guests can get a $5 BONUS eCard when they purchase $25 in gift cards from ColdStoneCreamery.com.

Thanks to President Reagan, we celebrate National Ice Cream Day every third Sunday in July, meaning July 17 this year. Reagan wanted to commemorate a treat enjoyed by over 90 percent of the US population. In 1984, he decreed a day for ice cream, and his proclamation actually glorified the dairy industry in America. In fact, Americans still lead the world when it comes to eating this frozen delight: 23 gallons a year to be precise. Reagan also proclaimed July as National Ice Cream month, describing ice cream as ‘‘a nutritious and wholesome food enjoyed by over ninety percent of the people in the United States.’’ Since then, the holiday has sparked worldwide cravings and is traditionally celebrated year after year. Standing in the frozen food aisle trying desperately to make a choice? Or brainstorming how to celebrate this fabulous day? Well, look no further. Inspiration has arrived.

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