Three Twins To Host 'Love Is Love' Ice Cream Giveaway Tonight

By Nuala Sawyer - Published on June 23, 2016.

The Lower Haight location of Three Twins Ice Cream (254 Fillmore St.) is hosting a special Pride giveaway tonight, in celebration of love and diversity. They'll be offering free scoops to all from 6-10pm.

"Like many in our country and around the world, we are greatly saddened by much as of late, from Orlando to San Bernardino and countless other acts of violence that occur from sea to shining sea," the company writes. "We don't know the answer to fix this, but we do believe love wins. So, we'd like to kick off Pride weekend with a little love, to inspire shared smiles and bring togetherness."

Later in the week, keep an eye out for a special roundup of Pride-specific flavors. From Friday to Sunday, Three Twins will be offering "Two Tops Don't Make a Bottom" (vanilla ice cream with muffin tops), "Freedom to Marry Cherry" (cherry chocolate chunk) and many more. 

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