Fun in the sun is on the menu at Baskin-Robbins, our ice cream impresario, according to the team at Tacoma, WA based Foodservice Solutions®. It’s hot, its summer, and the ‘halo’ of better for you encompasses ice cream, the beach, and many of the creatures around it.
So, Baskin-Robbins is serving up some serious under the sea ice cream fun with the launch of its new offering, Creature Creations Into the Sea. Just in time to beat the summer heat, these decked out, sea-inspired scoops feature a cast of nautical characters that will have ice cream lovers’ taste buds (and imaginations) adrift with excitement.
Your family will like the straight from the seven seas, the new Creature Creations - including a dolphin, shark, and sea turtle - are riding waves into Baskin-Robbins shops all summer long through playful cup designs, an edible white chocolate topper and a colorful explosion of sea-inspired sprinkles. Guests will also receive a free creature-inspired crown with every Creature Creations purchase to add a splash of fun while enjoying their ice cream, while supplies last. For a shareable Creature Creations experience, these friendly faces from under the sea are also available in customizable ice cream cakes perfect for summer birthdays, backyard barbeques, or any summer occasion.
Shannon Blakely, Vice President of Marketing & Culinary, Baskin-Robbins, stated, “It’s officially summer at Baskin-Robbins,” …“Beach Day and our lively lineup of Creature Creations will have you feeling like you’re enjoying a day at the beach even when you’re not seaside.” How are your customer having fun with your brand this summer?
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