What to Know
- Tuesday, May 14
- 4 to 8 p.m.
- The event raises bee habitat awareness
Making a buzz?
Plenty of once-a-year events can create a lot of honey, even before they happen, but there's one appetizing occasion that serves to cast a light on an important cause: The health of our planet's bees and their habitats.
Of course, there's another motive behind Häagen-Dazs' Free Cone Day, which is coming back around on Tuesday, May 14, and that is this: To give fans a free mini cone scoop of something sweet to celebrate the run-up to summertime and warmer days.
That's right, we double-"yep"-d ya, all to call attention to the fact that this isn't a daylong giveaway but one that exists within a generous but shorter window, from mid-afternoon to mid-evening.
So if you want free morning ice cream, you'll need to look elsewhere. But if want a complimentary mini cone scoop of Häagen-Dazs Rocky Road or strawberry, all to nosh while watching the sun go down, you'll be right in the right zone.
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For more on the company's commitment to beedom, and how it is spreading the word on protecting those pollinating pros, click.
Want to donate? Häagen-Dazs has partnered with The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation, an organization that helps to "... protect and create habitat for bees, butterflies, and other essential invertebrates."