Celebrate the start of summer with a free scoop at Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams

Who else is sick of “feels like 100” on their weather radar? It’s hot and miserable in Florida, but at least there’s ice cream and even better free ice cream. 

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams is ringing in the official start of summer with free scoops today and special summer giveaways at their first day of summer celebration on Monday, June 21, from 7 p.m. to close. (Five Jeni’s shops will not participate in the giveaway: North Market and Columbus Commons in Columbus, Ohio; Nashville Farmers Market in Nashville, Tenn.; Armitage in Chicago, and Sparkman Wharf in Tampa, Fla.)

I’d get there early if I were you as there is no way people will miss out on free ice cream with this weather! Jeni’s location across from Armature Works at The Pearl, 305 West Palm Ave. Tampa, FL 33602.

No purchase will be necessary to a free scoop of ice cream– patrons need only show up to get their complimentary summer celebration scoop. All Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams shops will be closed during the day on June 21 to prepare for the event.

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams is a modern American ice cream company devoted to making the finest ice creams the world has ever known. Founded in Columbus, Ohio in 2002 by James Beard Award-winning ice cream maker Jeni Britton Bauer, Jeni’s has emerged over the past decades as the new standard by which all other ice creams (and ice cream companies) are judged. 

Today, Jeni’s is a Certified B Corporation and known for its social, environmental, and business leadership with 50ish scoop shops, an online shop at jenis.com, and distribution in top grocery stores across the country.


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