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Petition to WWE, Good Humor Ice Cream, Good Humor, World Wrestling Entertainment

Bring Back WWE Ice Cream Bars

Why Ice Cream Bars? If you grew up in the late 80's all the way up until the mid 2000's you might remember the WWE/F Ice Cream Bars. Each bar came in a brightly colored box featuring all the big names in wrestling history. Names like Hulk Hogan, Jake "The Snake" Roberts, Ricky Steamboat, "The Macho Man" Randy Savage, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, John Cena, etc, have all graced these delicious treats. In 2009 Good Humor and WWE discontinued these amazing treats much to the dismay of many fans. Since they've been discontinued, the demand for these ice cream bars are higher than ever.  Will We Ever See Them Again?  Over the course of almost 10 years, WWE continues to tease the return of these treats. They've gone as far as to give the fans a recipe to make the ice cream bars themselves back in 2008. Most fans who tried it however, were unsuccessful. In 2011, former WWE Superstar Cm Punk, had a t-shirt featuring a WWE Ice Cream Bar on it. He claimed to have been "working on" getting the frozen treats back, but since then Punk has left the WWE and our hopes for WWE Ice Cream Bars seemed crushed. So the question remains, will we ever see them again? Merchandise Sales Each WWE Ice Cream bar, came in a box plastered with WWE Superstars all over the box. In most cases, the boxes came with a card on the side that you could punch out to keep.(I still have a few) Other times, the boxes came with cutouts of WWE Superstars that you could put on display anywhere. These ice cream bars originally sold for around $3-4, depending on where you picked them up at. With the high demand for these, WWE can easily make $4-5 off of just one ice cream bar, and they will sell fast. WWE's current roster features some of the biggest and best athletes to date. Superstars such as AJ Styles, Shinsuke Nakamura, John Cena, Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, Samoa Joe, and many more that they can easily place on the ice cream bars or even the boxes. It's been nearly 10 years since anyone has tasted the sweet taste of those WWE Ice Cream Bars and the money WWE would pull in from this would be amazing due to the high demand. If I'm not mistaken, these were only available in The U.S. With the amount of fans WWE has in this era, they can easily expand these treats on a global scale. What Can You Do To Help?  By signing this petition, you not only help us relay this message to WWE, you bring thousands of fans, one step closer to WWE Ice Cream Bars. It's been nearly 10 years since anyone has had a WWE Ice Cream bar and this petition will let WWE know that we will not rest. We will not give up, until our voices are heard. You can also share this petition after you signed it to help get as many signatures as we can. You're help will not go unnoticed as you will be helping many of thousands of people get back something that Good Humor and WWE took away from us in 2009.  

Matt Stymacks
385 supporters
Update posted 6 days ago

Petition to Kim McMillan, Ron Erb, Valerie Guzman, Wanda Smith, Geno Grubbs, Jeff Henley, Mike Alexander, Bill Powers, Jeff Burkhart, David Allen, Deanna McLaughlin, Tim Chandler, Jennifer Letourneau

North Clarksville Community Center

Clarksville is a rapidly growing community that has a prime opportunity to provide services and resources to the diverse citizens that contribute to its tax base. Despite the Tiny Town area being the fastest growing area in Clarksville, it lacks the attention that other areas in our community have received.  It has been said by elected officials that; "Most citizens in that area are military affiliated and can access the resources of Ft Campbell, Kentucky."  This petition calls upon elected officials to realize that while a good portion of the population of this town may be military affiliated, we live and pay our taxes in Clarksville and deserve to have the City provide amenities to support our side of town.  Secondly, Clarksville has not built a community center since the 1980s when the population was approximately 54,777 that has since grown to approximately 158,156. With only three community centers in Clarksville and two of them being on the South side, it is evidently time to build another one in North Clarksville.  The Crow Community Center serves 20,971 citizens and Burt Cobb 20,619 in South Clarksville and the Kleeman Community Center serves 52,150 which is twice as much as the other to and the same size in North Clarksville demands a high demand in the area. Tiny Town Road has enough land available to build a community center with similar to the Foy Community that caters to the various recreational interest of a very diverse community.  The Tiny Town Road location also has the infrastructure to support the traffic caused by the people seeking to enjoy the community center with a great mixture of restaurants, convenience stores, and service stations to serve local and traveling teams coming to compete in tournaments. There are also residential neighborhoods close enough for the community to easily access the complex in addition to its close proximity to several elementary, middle, and high schools.   I have lived in the Tiny Town area since 1992 and have only seen more houses and businesses being built with only two new City recreational projects, the Robert Clark Park Blueway and the Barbara Johnson Park.  I believe that it is time for the City to make a significant investment in North Clarksville. An investment that has the potential to enhance the quality of life and serve as an economic stimulator for our community.   The sample image you see if from the Round Rock Sports Center in Round Rock Texas. This 82,800-square-foot indoor sports center floor plan is built with basketball and volleyball teams in mind. The flexible court layout can be configured to hold 3 NCAA basketball, 6 basketball courts or 12 volleyball courts, within the 47,775 square feet of open space. There are 1,300 seats available for spectators and 502 parking spots. The facility also boasts a referee lounge, locker rooms, a training room, LED scoreboard screens, and three large multi-purpose rooms that can be divided into nine smaller rooms. I am sure that indoor tennis could also be accommodated at such a facility. Parks and Rec has also expressed an interest in adding an indoor pool to the facility.  If you support a Community Center in the Tiny Town Road area, please sign this petition.  Thank you very much!

Richard Garrett
1,615 supporters