Carvel® Celebrates Mets’ Historic No-Hitter with FREE Ice Cream

 - All fans in attendance of Friday’s momentous game to be treated to a soft serve cup or cone -

ATLANTA, GA (June 5, 2012) – America’s favorite retail ice cream chain couldn’t be more thrilled to mark a major milestone in the country’s favorite pastime – the Mets’first no-hitter in history! To celebrate this momentous occasion, all fans who were in attendance of the team’s Friday, June 1st game against the St. Louis Cardinals are invited to visit their neighborhood Carvel for a free small soft-serve cup or cone.

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“As the official soft serve ice cream of the New York Mets, we couldn’t be more proud of pitcher Johan Santana,” says Carvel President Gary Bales. “We send our congratulations to the team, and hope our fans will commemorate this sweet moment in baseball history with us!”

For more information on Carvel’s Mets no-hitter offer, contact Carvel Public Relations Manager Ashley Swann at aswann@focusbrands.com or 404-889-1827.

*Not valid at stadium stand locations. Offer is for one (1) free soft serve cup or cone, excluding waffle cones, per ticket. Valid only at participating Carvel Shoppe locations. For redemption, you must present your valid game ticket stub within seven (7) days of the certified regular season no-hitter as designated by the MLB. Not valid with any other offer. Subject to other redemption restrictions.

About CarvelIce Cream

The United States’ first retail ice cream franchise, Carvel Ice Cream has become one of the best-loved and most recognized names in its industry. The company is a leading provider of premium soft serve and hand dipped ice cream products, as well as uniquely shaped ice cream cakes, including its signature Fudgie the Whale and Cookie Puss cakes.  Atlanta-based Carvel currently operates over 500 franchised and food service locations, and is a part of FOCUS Brands, Inc. the franchisor of Carvel® Ice Cream, Cinnabon®, Schlotzsky’s®, Moe’s Southwest Grill® and Seattle’s Best Coffee® on military bases and in certain international markets.

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