Frios Gourmet Pops will give away free popsicles to a class
Frios Gourmet Pops, the world’s largest popsicle franchise, has announced the launch of its nationwide “Return to Happiness” contest, which will reward one lucky class with free Frios pops for the entire school year.
Beginning Monday, August 22, students, teachers, administrators, parents, and staff are invited to nominate a class of their choice to win a supply of free popsicles for the school year provided by Frios Gourmet Pops (a lollipop per student and teacher in the class per month for nine months or max 40 pops per month for nine months). Submissions will be collected through the Frios Gourmet Pops website: www.friospops.com/backtohappiness/ . After the campaign closes on September 19, Frios Gourmet Pops will select a nominated class based on entries describing why the class deserves the grand prize.
“At Frios, our goal is to deliver moments of magic and spread happiness to our guests through our frozen desserts. The Return to Happiness Contest will continue this mission in a unique way, providing teachers, students and school organizations with a sweeter start to the year,” said Patti Rother, President of Frios Gourmet Pops. “We know back to school can be a daunting change for many, and celebrating enthusiastic classrooms and their dedicated teachers is the least we can do to ensure they start the year on a positive note.”
Driven by the mission to slow down the devil and feel the magic every day, Frios Gourmet Pops offers delicious frozen desserts of all types, including creamy and fruity flavors, and pops for those looking for low sugar, without dairy, wheat-free, soy. free, nut-free and dye-free options. Since the brand’s inception in 2013, Frios has been known for its delicious frozen treats, and customers can book Frios Sweet Rides to sweeten up events like birthdays, weddings, community gatherings of all kinds.
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