Make My Day Italian Ice is a family-owned and operated mobile vending business as a result of a vision, hard work and determination. Our hope is to offer a delicious, guilt-free “water ice” for both the young and young at heart. Diet and education prevent many forms of cancer and we are excited to share this low calorie/low sugar treat and cancer awareness with the community. Most of us have been affected by the disease, and through that commonality and our Italian ice, look forward to meeting and engaging with all of our customers.
Make My Day Ice was started with the vision to honor Cresandra’s mother, Sandra K. Day. She was a native Austinite and was dedicated to her community and church family. She was diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer in late 2009 and lost her battle to cancer on November 5, 2010 at the young age of 56. She leaves behind three sons (Christopher, Sean and Collin) and one daughter (Cresandra). Make My Day Ice was established by Cresandra, her son-in-law (Kevin) and two of her eight grandchildren (Kennedy and Kevin II) Smiles as big and as bright as hers is what we aim to give and to receive. Come check us out and we thank you in advance for your support!
We have delicious flavors to offer at our events. Our Italian ice is fat free, dairy free, gluten free, no cholesterol, vegan friendly, low calories, and made with some fresh fruit with no high fructose syrup.
Peach, Blueberry, Cherry, Grape, Mango, Green Apple, Pina Colada, Watermelon, Lemon
Plan a neighborhood party and invite us out. It’s hot and we are a hit!
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We are available to cater any event or special occasion whether it be: birthday parties, church events, school events, business functions, employee appreciation, family reunions, sporting events, grand openings, concerts, festivals, weddings or wherever there are people that would enjoy having a refreshing, tasty treat. Email or contact us today for a quote!
Somebody said it couldn’t be done, but she with a chuckle replied
That maybe it couldn’t be, she would be the one who wouldn’t say so till she tried.
So she buckled right in with the trace of a grin on her face if she worried she hid it
She started to sing as she tackled that thing that couldn’t be done and WE did it! ~unknown~