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Bruster's

12246 East Artesia Blvd
Artesia CA 90701 USA
562-865-3055
Bruster’s was founded in 1989 by a man whose passion for extraordinary ice cream and stellar customer service runs deep. Born into the restaurant business, Bruce Reed opened his first Bruster’s in Bridgewater, Pennsylvania, after perfecting his recipe for rich, creamy homemade ice cream.People came from miles around to enjoy the skillfully prepared desserts that Bruce created right in that first store. It got to where he had to expand to keep up with the growing demand for his ice creams. Before long, Bruster’s became one of the fastest expanding ice cream stores in the country and Bruce regretfully all but stopped wearing his apron to work.
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Let us help you pull off something spectacular. Whether you want to take your event to a sweeter level or you just need some help breaking the ice, Bruster’s is ready to add an element of cool decadence to your next affair. You pick the occasion — we

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Looking for a cool way to make money and reward your kids? Our Bruster’s Blue Pop Italian Ice is the perfect solution to that equation. Teachers take pre-orders and payment, submit the form to us and we take care of the rest. We’ll bring the pre-scoop

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