MaggieMoo’s Ice Cream and TreateryÂ® announced today the introduction of four new Halloween ice cream cupcakes. The brand is the innovator of the ice cream cupcake and has expanded the line to include new designs for the occasion. MaggieMoo’s is managed by NexCen Franchise Management, Inc., a subsidiary of NexCen Brands, Inc.
The Halloween celebration will feature four new spooky but festive, ice cream cupcakes, including: Mummy Cupcake, Eyeball Cupcake, Frankenstein Cupcake and the Jack-O-Lantern Cupcake, along with the existing signature cupcake line featured on Food Network. The new cupcakes will scare up fun and deliciousness for Halloween parties and guests of all ages. All cupcakes can be customized with any ice cream flavor, mix-in and topping to suit all occasions including birthday parties, bridal showers, tailgate parties and upcoming holidays.
“MaggieMoo’s is proud to be the ice cream cupcake destination, and innovator of this unique product,” said Jenn Johnston, senior vice president of brand marketing for NexCen Franchise Management. “The Halloween-themed cupcakes showcase the versatility of the products and allow customers to entertain in a variety of designs for all occasions, or just add enjoyment to their everyday lives.”
Ice cream cupcakes and cakes are available for online ordering at participating stores through www.maggiemoos.com, where customers can also signup for MaggiE-Mail and become Facebook Fans to receive news, special offers and birthday surprises.
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