National Ice Cream Day ~ Sun. July 17th

Ice Cream in Boulder City, NVWe love a National Holiday, don’t we? What better National Holiday could we come up with than National Ice Cream Day, I ask you?!

In 1984, President Ronald Reagan designated July as National Ice Cream Month and more specifically, he declared that the third Sunday in July would be National Ice Cream Day…that’s TOMORROW, July 17th!

Whether you get it in a cup or in a cone, atop a waffle or in a banana split, make sure to hit your local Boulder City ice cream shop tomorrow for some fabulous frozen fare. Off the top of my head — I’m thinking of who offers ice cream…and of course, the ones offering ice cream related Boulder City Deals jump to mind first. They are:

Grandma Daisy's Candy and Ice Cream Parlor Boulder City, NV

Cool off with a Family 4-Pack! Four Double Scoop Ice Cream Cones for $10 plus tax.

Dairy Queen in Boulder City, NV

Buy one Blizzard and get the second for half price!

Star Burgers in Boulder City, NV

10% off your order of $5 or more!

Of course – there are LOTS of other places in town serving up everyone’s favorite dessert – so stop by one of them and enjoy the holiday!!

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