Archive for April, 2008

Southern New England Women’s Expo

Sunday, April 27th, 2008


Newport Creamery Presenting The Check From Scooping At The Women’s Expo – Proceeds To The Gloria Gemma Foundation

I just got back from the 3rd Annual Southern New England Women’s Expo. It was a great time for all. The Crowne Plaza was packed, as Women drifted through from table to table. As we did last year, we had a Newport Creamery table at the expo. It serves as a great way to speak to YOU, our regular visitors and introduce everyone to our Summer Ice Cream flavors. Most importantly though, it gives us the chance to raise some money for a very worthy cause…The Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation.

We charge $1.00 a scoop, and give all the money to the Foundation. During the past two expo’s, we have raised close to $800!

Above you can see the fantastic picture (that’s me blinking in the middle) of the crew from Newport Creamery (myself, Angelica and Stephanie) presenting the Foundation with this year’s “big check”.

That is an amazingly big check…I hope they don’t have to go to the “big bank” to cash it.

Until next time…

Große fensterflächen ließen nach bauabschluss die abtei als die von suger beabsichtigte architektur des lichtes erscheinen kreuzrippengewölbe, stützen, säulen, pfeiler kennzeichnen das innere

The Day Is HERE!

Saturday, April 12th, 2008


Newly Redesigned Interior – 4/12/08 

The day is finally here.  It is April 12, 2008, and we will be opening the Newport Creamery in Garden City.

It’s only been 19 days.  Everyone has done a fantastic job.

To go from one look to another in 19 days has been an outstanding accomplishment.

Come down and visit us.  Check out the newly redesigned Menus, Kid’s Activity Books and more!

We hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

Die struktur wird häufig mit einer achterbahn verglichen, da einzelne bereiche als -helix andere als faltblatt oder auch ungeordnet vorliegen

It’s Beginning To Change

Friday, April 4th, 2008


Interior Of Newport Creamery – Garden City – 4/4/08

The transformation continues. 

I can’t believe how much work everyone has done. 

I also can’t believe that everything is supposed to be done in a week and a half?!

The patent was originally filed in 2011, and while history suggests that some, if not all of the technologies may well never see the light of day, they certainly raise an eyebrow or two