Star Spangled IC Donates to Navy Group
Star Spangled Ice Cream, which calls itself "the conservative alternative to Ben & Jerry's," donated $1,000 to the Navy League of the United States during the annual TalkFest radio talk show convention May 20 on the campus of Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Va.
"Star Spangled proudly donates 10% of its profits to charities that support the great men and women of America's armed forces," said company v.p. Richard Lessner.
"Unlike Ben & Jerry's, which is owned by a huge ... multi-national company and donates to leftist anti-military peacenik causes, Star Spangled is unabashedly patriotic, pro-American and pro-military."
Star Spangled Ice Cream sells its politically
incorrect flavors by mail order via its website www.starspangledicecream.com. Retail flavors are available at Farm Fresh supermarkets in select cities in Virginia and North Carolina.