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Did you know that July 21st is National Ice Cream Day? Maybe you did: considering that 90% of the United States eats ice cream, but did you know why? Back in 1984, our president at the time, Mr. Ronald Reagan, not only declared that the 3rd Sunday in July be National Ice Cream Day, but also declared the whole month of July as National Ice Cream Month! Pretty awesome, right? He said that these events should be celebrated as well. Well, I agree with him. Ice cream is wonderful. It’s one of those rare foods that you can eat when you’re feeling sad or down, and it can actually make you feel better! At least, it works for me. My favorite ice cream in the whole world is Mint Chocolate Chip, with lots of chocolate syrup. Kind of boring one, I know, with all the interesting different flavors of ice cream that exist today. A few interesting flavors? Bacon, Crab, Garlic, Green Tea and Oyster. None for me, thanks, but to each their own. Know somebody that loves ice cream so much that they deserve a gift on National Ice Cream Day? Get them GiftTree’s Engraved Ice Cream Bucket with Scoop (Gift #6894) for just $39.95! A metal alloy container that keeps their ice cream chilled while they eat it, it’s the perfect fit for a pint of their favorite Ben & Jerry’s or Haagen Dazs ice cream. Comes with a lid and a scoop, all contained nicely in a cute GiftTree gift box. And the best part? You can have the side of the Bucket engraved!! With a maximum engraving area of two lines, and twenty characters on each line, it’s perfect for a name, a date or a short message (like Happy Ice Cream Day!). That ice cream lover in your life is about todiscover who the coolest person in theirs is!

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