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Mister Softee NJ

| 123 Everywhere Street | Piscataway, NJ 08854

www.mrsofteenj.com | mrsofteenj@yahoo.com

Posted August 19, 2016 By

MrSofteeNJ is now serving the Central New Jersey area.

Mister Softee has been bringing The Very Best ice cream and frozen treats to kids and families since 1956 and is the largest franchiser of mobile ice cream trucks in the United States.
Mister Softee was founded by two brothers, William and James Conway, in 1956.

On St. Patricks day of that year, Bill and Jim took their first truck and gave out green colored ice cream in the neighborhoods of West Philadelphia. By 1958 the company had outgrown the building in Philadelphia and moved it's headquarters to the current location in Runnemede, NJ. It is at this location that Mister Softee transforms plain trucks into Americas' most recognizable mobile ice cream vendor.
 
And now, MrSoftee NJ brings over 30 years of professional experience serving customers in NYC to the central New Jersey area!!!

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