While forging alliances and tearing down walls, President Ronald Reagan did not forget the importance of honoring one of America’s greatest traditions: ice cream.
The Gipper solemnly proclaimed
Now, Therefore, I, Ronald Reagan, President of the United States of America, do hereby proclaim July 1984 as National Ice Cream Month and July 15, 1984, as National Ice Cream Day, and I call upon the people of the United States to observe these events with appropriate ceremonies and activities.
In honor of National Ice Cream Month, we would be remiss not to point out the variety of uses of our Freedom Dessert Bowl. Whether it’s plain vanilla or your own zany ice cream creation, the Freedom Dessert Bowl makes scooping easier for people with disabilities.
Different disabilities result in different problems when it comes to eating the greatest of all comfort foods, but the Freedom Dessert Bowl accommodates nearly all of these problems because of it’s simple yet brilliant design.
First, the high sides of the bowl allow for easier scooping with less risk that the ice cream will spill over the side of the bowl. The user can eat other desserts that require a spoon, such as peach cobbler or banana pudding. The bowl is also the perfect dessert size of 4 ounces, meaning it’s small enough to be easily managed by users with muscle weakness, hand tremors or arthritis.
Like our other Freedom Dinnerware products, what seals the deal for the utility of the Freedom Dessert Bowl is our patented Suction Pad Base, which vacuums securely to smooth surfaces. This prevents the bowl from sliding around the table, especially when scooping thick ice cream from the freezer. Users with use of primarily one hand often have to find something weighty to push their bowl against to keep it from sliding all over the place. The Freedom Dessert Bowl means they no longer have to perform these tricks and stunts. The Freedom Dessert Bowl simply stays put!
This month is the month for ice cream lovers everywhere. Contact us today if you are interested in the Freedom Dessert Bowl.