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Full Tilt Rolling Out Ice Cream Truck; Creating New Flavor With The Presidents of the United States of America

Full Tilt's new ice cream truck is about to hit the streets. Eight rotating flavors, draught soda, milkshakes, sundaes, and just about any other concoction available at Full Tilt's brick-and-mortar shops will be up for grabs when the truck debuts in May. But first, it needs a name. Owner Justin Cline is asking for help via Facebook or Twitter. (Sorry, Licensed to Chill and Mr. Whippy are already taken.) The winner receives an ice cream party for 50.

During the day, Full Tilt's truck will be parked at different spots in the city and at night it will occupy a regular location on Alki alongside other to be named trucks that will form an eating and shopping marketplace. He's also already booked the truck for several weddings.

Cline continues to develop custom ice cream flavors with Seattle-based musicians: Sir Mix-a-Lot has settled on "My Toffee's on Broadway" and is working with the Full Tilt team on packaging.

Next, Cline says he's partnering up with The Presidents of the United States of America on—wait for it—a "Millions of Peaches" flavor. The local chainlet started its music and ice cream collaborations last year with a honey cinnamon/fudge swirl concoction made for Mudhoney .
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[Photo: Full Tilt/Facebook]

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