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National Vanilla Ice Cream Day

Monday, July 23, 2012

National Vanilla Ice Cream Day

When : July 23rd

National Vanilla Ice Cream Day celebrates one of Americas favorite ice cream flavors.

Vanilla and chocolate ice cream vies for the taste buds ice cream lovers. Chocolate may win the popularity contest. But, vanilla is a close second. It is also more refreshing, and more versatile.

Its easy to celebrate Vanilla Ice Cream Day on a hot summer day like today. Enjoy it in a cone, a dish, a float, a shake, or in a cake. If you get it in a cone today, ask for extra scoops, and worry about the calories later. Just make sure to eat it quickly, before it melts.

If you go out for ice cream today, watch for discounts and special promotions on vanilla ice cream!


The Origin of National Vanilla Ice Cream Day:
Our research did not find the creator, or the origin of this day.

We did not find any documentation confirming this to be a "National" day. We found no congressional records or presidential proclamation. However, we firmly believe that this should be one of Americas big holidays.
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  • v PICKIE98
    There's only ONE day???? Oops, I thought it was every day.....
    1436 days ago
  • v HEALTHIERKEN
    Now, here's a National Day I can celebrate! Vanilla ice cream is my favourite, for sure. And July 23 is DW's birthday--she's a chocolate ice cream junkie though. Maybe when I point out to her that her birthday is National Ice Cream Day she'll change her preference ; )

    1437 days ago
  • v PLMITCH
    Vanilla ice cream is my favorite! I'm going to indulge and have some for dessert this evening!
    1437 days ago
  • v GLITTER60
    every day is ice cream day. emoticon
    1437 days ago
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