Tuesday, November 30, 2010

molly moon's shop #3... where will it be?

For Immediate Release

Bring Molly Moon’s to your neighborhood next summer

SEATTLE, Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2010 – Molly Moon Neitzel today announced she plans to expand her Seattle ice cream empire with the addition of a third shop in the summer of 2011. Unsure of what Seattle neighborhood to call home, Neitzel will be parking Leo, the Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream Truck, in three locations over the next three months to see where the most ice cream-lovin’ Seattleites reside.

Beginning tomorrow, Wednesday, Dec. 1 Leo will be parked in Madrona at 1435 34th Ave. from 5 to 10 p.m. Kids who visit Leo tomorrow between 6 and 8 p.m. will receive a free kid-sized scoop. Leo will be parked in the same location throughout the month of December and will be open on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 5-10 p.m. and Friday’s through Sundays from noon to 10 p.m.

Following Leo’s December stint in Madrona, Seattle’s favorite ice cream truck will move to Queen Anne in January and will spend all of February in Ballard. Stay tuned for updates on Leo’s Queen Anne and Ballard whereabouts.

Leo will be stocked with eight standard and seasonal flavors available for cones and sundaes. Additionally, the Truck will be the only place to purchase and enjoy Molly Moon’s seasonal ice cream sandwiches. Leo has an adorable array of merchandise and gifts for local shoppers, including ice cream truck tees for toddlers, kids and adults, Molly Moon’s flavored lip balms, ice cream scoops for your take-home pints, and gifts cards in various amounts.

Fans can help bring Molly Moon’s third shop to their neighborhood not only by visiting Leo, but by “liking” the official Bring Molly Moon’s to Madrona, Bring Molly Moon’s to Ballard and Bring Molly Moon’s to Queen Anne Facebook pages.

In other news, Molly Moon's has a variety of catering packages to suit your holiday party needs, or to create a one of a kind get-together with a visit from Leo. Moon’s fall and winter catering menu features hot sipping chocolate, seasonal treats including candy cane, pumpkin clove and cinnamon ice cream, cranberry and mulled wine sorbets, seasonal ice cream sandwiches, and the delicious peppermint stick sundae. To learn more about Leo, the Molly Moon’s Truck of Cheer, please log on to mollymoonicecream.com.

About Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream
Molly Moon’s is Seattle’s premier community gathering place and a location for new family traditions. With ice cream, made from local and organic ingredients, it is the kind of sweet, creamy satisfaction that one craves whether they’re two or eighty-two. And, like the eclectic neighborhoods we’re settled in, our shops are places where classic flavors like Vanilla Bean and Chocolate live alongside the creative and exotic Cardamom and Balsamic Strawberry. Not to mention, the cozy atmosphere will make you want to stop in for a cone and hang a while.

From Carnation’s strawberries to Sequim’s lavender, Molly Moon’s is committed to using the best ingredients the Pacific Northwest has to offer. Furthermore, don’t be fooled by the cute cups our gourmet treats are served in or the stylish design of our Wallingford and Capitol Hill shops; the dishes are 100% compostable and Seattle’s favorite hang-outs were built with sustainable materials.


Contact Information:
Jennifer Carroll, Publicist – Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream, 206.226.5237, jen@mollymoonicecream.com

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