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Free Blue Bell Ice Cream at Miami Subs Today

The Blue Bell ice cream factory has been churning out creamy frozen treats in much the same way for over a century.

The Texas-based company no longer hand cranks its ice cream, but the main ingredients remain milk, cream, sugar, and fruit -- much like when the company started in 1907. In fact, the company has their own delivery method and ships directly to stores and restaurants instead of using a third party or warehouse company. What does that mean to you? Really good, fresh ice cream.

Want to try some yourself? Just hop over to any Miami Subs Grill all day today, August 29, and as for your free Blue Bell ice cream.

You'll get a scoop of your choice of flavors -- no purchase required. It's just what you need to start off the Labor Day weekend (because we all know Labor Day starts today -- even if we do kinda, sorta have to show up to the office tomorrow).

Speaking of Labor Day, stop into Miami Subs all weekend long and pick up some Nathan's hot dogs for $1.99 each. It's just like being at Coney Island.



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