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Ample Hills Creamery Debuts 
Presidential Candidate Flavors:

Madam President and
Make America Orange Again
Scoop The Vote 4-Packs Plus Accompanying Buttons
 Now Available for Nationwide Delivery
in both Blue and Red States
A Portion of the Proceeds to Benefit
Michelle Obama’s
Let Girls Learn
(New York, NY; September 26, 2016) – To mark tonight’s first Presidential debate, Brian Smith and Jackie Cuscuna, the husband-and-wife co-owners of Ample Hills Creamery, the award-winning New York City ice cream company, announce the release today of two new ice cream flavors that all voters can get behind, tastewise: Madam President and Make America Orange Again.

Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton’s two favorite foods are chocolate and hot peppers. Madam President, therefore, contains chili pepper-infused chocolate with chunks of chocolate chip cookies from her own recipe; in sum: a powerful yet comforting combination of sugar and spice and women’s rights. 

While Ample Hills Creamery generally shuns the use of artificial colors, Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump inspires them. To wit, Make America Orange Again is a shamelessly orange marshmallow creamsicle flavor with chocolate brownie bricks (to build a wall). Best of all, it’s far more palatable than his political positions.

In-Store Purchase
These two Presidential flavors are available by the scoop and pint at Ample Hills’ New York City stores through Election Day. For those interested in Presidential buttons, which, like the pint containers, were designed by the company’s Art Director Lauren Kaelin, they are available for $1 each (buy two and get the third free).

Nationwide Delivery
Scoop The Vote 4-Packs ($40+ shipping and handling) consisting of two pints of Madam President and two pints of Make America Orange Again – sorry, partisans, no unilateral orders permitted – plus all three of Kaelin’s campaign buttons are available for nationwide delivery through Election Day.  Orders may be placed through the Ample Hills website. 
A portion of the proceeds will benefit Michelle Obama’s Let Girls Learn.
Ample Hills Creamery co-owner Brian Smith states, “We had so much fun creating our last Presidential candidate flavors. The differences between the two candidates in this election are even starker and we wanted to highlight this contrast and the importance of voting in general with these two flavors. Years from now we want people to say: ‘The best thing about Trump’s candidacy was the Ample Hills ice cream flavor he inspired.’”
About Ample Hills
Ample Hills Creamery was founded by husband-and-wife Brian Smith and Jackie Cuscuna in 2011 in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. Ample Hills’ goal is to invite people to celebrate and engage in the story of ice cream through their playful, fun and funky flavors, their vibrant, caring and creative Amployees, and their experiential classes, hands-on demonstrations and birthday parties. Today, the company operates six locations in New York City; sells pints directly to customers nationwide online; and is rated "#1 Ice Cream in NYC" by Zagat, named "Best Ice Cream in America" by Food Network, and chosen as "#1 Ice Cream Flavor in America" (The Munchies) by The Huffington Post.
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