A childhood treat turned promotional product — Fla-Vor-Ice Freeze Pops are here!

I cannot even express how very excited I am to discuss the newest promotional product to hit the scene. Fla-Vor-Ice Custom Freeze Pops are here and ready to be branded with your logo! (Really, I don’t think I’ve been this nostalgic since the discovery of the Slap-On Promotional Watch.)

These tasty, summertime favorites instantly bring me back to summer as a kid. Lounging by the pool. Staying cool with a HUGE, wholesale-store supply of Fla-Vor-Ice freeze pops. My favorite flavor: strawberry.

So as the temperature rises into the high 90’s with a heat index of 100+ here in Georgia, I am really happy to see these cool products entering into the world of promotional marketing. The options are endless for these inexpensive gems. The perfect giveaway for open-air concerts, fairs, company picnics and outdoor markets, Fla-Vor-Ice Custom Freeze Pops are sure to be enjoyed by all recipients. And when you deliver a freezing-cold, icey-pop full of flavor to someone melting in the hot hot heat, they’ll be sure to remember your company as their lifesaver.

And for your viewing pleasure, this classic, courtesy of 1992. Hope it brings you back.

Enjoy!

Kim
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3 thoughts on “A childhood treat turned promotional product — Fla-Vor-Ice Freeze Pops are here!”

  1. Sorry for the delay in response, Beverly. I can absolutely see your point. We definitely don’t need anything else floating around in our waters! But I still can’t deny those childhood memories, nor how welcome one of those freeze pops would have been from one of the sponsors of a car show I attended in the blazing heat last weekend :)

    But with that said, King of Pops sounds really yummy! And I’ll definitely look into that. Thanks so much for the suggestion.

  2. Hate to be all hippie granola on you, but we’ve come a long way since plastic encrusted, dye infested, sugar water with chemically enhanced fla-vo treats? Not in the mood for FD&C Dye #2 and Carmine Red. The little plastic pouches themselves will outlast us all in the ocean, in the form of UV light degraded resins, (which the fish ingest, by the way) and the unnatural dyes only burden our kidneys/livers.

    Why not write a blog post on the “King of Pops?” He sells icy freezy treats in Poncey Highlands on North Highland Ave, across the street from Manuel’s Tavern, in a little space in the parking lot of the gas station.

    The guy running that little ice-pop stand is a terrific sales whiz, and his tasty-treats are O-Natural.

    Other than that, good blog, I like it.

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