Solar Pop!

Wed, Jul 27, 2011 by

Jason, Migrate Stories, New York, North America

My latest food project hits NYC!

Six weeks ago I pitched a solar powered ice pop truck to my client, Sungevity, I didn’t think I’d be standing in Rockefeller Center yesterday basking in the orange solar glow of a push-button, auto-articulating, air ride equipped, natural ice pop dispensing, ex-postal step van. Nor did I think I’d be watching the 30 person line double in size by the minute with happy NYers grabbing their hibiscus mint or Mango flavored all natural ice pops. But I was. And today I am doing the same thing at Grand Central and Bryant Park. From NYC this baby heads to Boston and then Jersey and maybe even as far as Maryland.

What’s on board are these beautiful delicious pops made by the guys at Good Pops, out of Austin.

sungevity-ice pop

It works like this.

Come visit if you are in NYC today and tomorrow at:

Wednesday  7/27 at Grand Central Station from 11am-3pm

Wednesday  7/27 at Bryant Park (6th ave.) from 4pm-7pm

Thursday 7/28 at the Flatiron Building from 11am-3pm

Thursday 7/28 in Times Square (43rd btwn 7th and 8th) from

I promise to hook you up with an extra pop.

4 Comments to “Solar Pop!”

  1. Lynne Forsman Says:

    Love your Solar Pop Truck! I handle sponsors/vendors for the next weekend MD Seafood Festival at Sandy Point State Park, Annapolis, MD. Are you close? Care to participate? Sat 9/10 and Sunday 9/11 drawing 15,000p+! We are also “greening” the Festival and could have you a part of our sustainable focus as well. Free to sell. Entry level is $1,500. Could possibly still get you in if in the area.
    P.S. I also run Green Drinks Annapolis and our next event is 9/14 right after the Festival … stick around!

  2. J. Says:

    Hey, Lynne. Thanks for the love. Unfortunately the truck won’t be in Maryland during the festival. MAybe next go round.


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