On Saturday, July 13, at noon, CREAM Milpitas will be opening its doors at the Great Mall.

Not only that, but on that same opening day, the shop will be giving away free ice cream sandwiches, while supplies last.

CREAM (which stands for “Cookies Rule Everything Around Me”) is widely known for serving up very unique ice cream sandwiches, each made with their special ice cream and fresh-baked cookies. CREAM offers a “build your own approach,” and people can also order them with other items like waffles and brownies, along with a host of unique ice cream flavors. They even have gluten-free and vegan options.

Prasad Konduru is the owner of three other CREAM locations in San Jose and Cupertino, and he’s looking forward to the Great Mall opening: “We’re thrilled to bring CREAM to the Great Mall and continue expanding throughout the South Bay,” said Konduru. “We can’t wait to celebrate our grand opening and look forward to welcoming Great Mall shoppers into CREAM, continuing the tradition of offering hand-crafted and warm ice cream sandwiches and other delicious desserts.”

Currently, CREAM has 27 locations open in Northern and Southern California, Florida, Colorado, and Alaska. It also has 40 other new stores in development.

If you’re planning to make it out on Saturday, July 13th, between noon and 4pm, for a free ice cream sandwich, you’ll find the CREAM store right near the Jollibee Entrance, next to Old Navy and Valliani Jewelers.

Check out their Facebook page here: Facebook/com/CREAMGreatMall

Rhoda Shapiro
Rhoda Shapiro works as a journalist and media consultant in the Bay Area. She has written for both the Tri-City Voice and the Mercury News, and is the founder of Chi Media Company, which works with nonprofit organizations to elevate their marketing and communication platforms. Rhoda is also an author; her first book will be published by Llewellyn Worldwide in mid-2019. Her YouTube channel, which features practices in yoga, meditation, and women’s empowerment, has amassed thousands of subscribers. Rhoda is The Milpitas Beat’s founder.

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