Museum of Ice Cream started as a wildly successful pop-up experience in New York in 2016.

The company quickly launched pop-up locations in Miami, Los Angeles and San Francisco, where it maintains a permanent location. In its first three full years in business, the company sold over 1.5 Million tickets, generated $70 Million in revenue and has been profitable since day one. MOIC became a global Instagram phenomenon and won last year’s Webby Award for best overall social media presence. Museum of Ice Cream has successfully launched an ice cream line at Target, Safeway and Albertsons, a beauty line in Sephora, and a ticketing partnership with American Express. The brand is a trailblazer in the experience economy and is built on the core tenets of imagination, connection and creativity.

The Series A is the company’s first outside fundraise and will go toward the build out of new permanent locations globally, which are already under construction. The second closing of the Series A round will occur on September 30, 2019 – please contact us if you are interested in learning more about and participating in Elizabeth Street Ice Cream, LLC (“ESIC”).

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