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Friendly’s in Norwood Hosts CelebrityScooping Event with the New England Revolution
WHAT: To celebrate Friendly’s Ice Cream being named the Official Ice Cream and FamilyRestaurant Brand of the New England Revolution, the 80-year-old Massachusetts-based company, alongside the New England Revolution, will host an ice cream scooping event with New England Revolution midfielder Teal Bunbury and defender Andrew Farrell on Tuesday, August 18 at its Norwood restaurant located at 1469 Providence Highway.
During the celebration, the New England Revolution players will trade the field for the Friendly’s ice cream counter to serve ice cream lovers and soccer fans alike, their favorite frozen treats, from classic Black Raspberry to indulgent Hunka Chunka PB Fudge®. Additionally, to support the communities’ youth, Friendly’s will donate 100% of ice cream sales from the event to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston. Guests will have the opportunity to meet and greet their favorite Revolution players, as well as the Revolution mascot, Slyde the Fox, while also giving back to a great local cause!
WHEN: Tuesday, August 18, 20153:00PM-4:30PM
1469 Providence Highway
Norwood, MA 02062
About Friendly’s Ice Cream, LLC
Friendly’s Ice Cream, LLC is a vertically integrated restaurant company, with an iconic brand name, serving signature sandwiches, burgers and ice cream desserts in a friendly, family environment. Together with its broad franchisee base, the company has system-wide sales of over $500 million and distribution through over 8,000 retail locations. For 80 years, Friendly’s restaurants and dedicated service teams have delighted generations of guests. For the future, Friendly’s has plans for new food and ice cream products, enhanced buildings, and new service channels. For additional information please visit www.friendlys.com. In July 2015, ABC’s ‘Made In America’ series celebrated Friendly’s 80thbirthday by highlighting the brand’s Creamery in Wilbraham, Massachusetts during a broadcast of ‘World News Tonight with David Muir.’