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Posted: Sunday, July 24, 2011 1:30 pm | Updated: 10:33 pm, Tue Jul 26, 2011.

It's time for a cool deal in the hot days of summer. What would you say if Rita's promised to give you your entire order -- again -- one week later for free?

That's precisely what Rita's Arrowhead is doing in August. Simply visit the store on Aug. 3 and purchase Rita's frozen treat options, including Italian Ice, Frozen Custard, Blendini, Misto, Gelati, quarts, etc. Your receipt will be stamped so that you can bring it back one week later -- on Aug. 10 -- for the same order absolutely free. The more the merrier, so gather friends, family and co-workers together and run to Rita's to cool off and save some cash.

This offer excludes 2.5 gallon Party Buckets and catering. No substitutions or changes are allowed. Valid only on date stamped on receipt. Cannot be combined with other offers.

Rita's is at 8251 W. Union Hills Drive, Suite 105 (83rd Avenue and Union Hills Drive, just west of Loop 101). Hours are noon to 9 p.m. weekdays, and noon to 10 p.m. weekends. Rita's Franchise Company, headquartered in Trevose, Penn., is the largest Italian ice concept in the nation, currently operating in 17 states with more than 500 stores.

For information, call the store at 602-909-8566. Follow on Facebook at Rita's Arrowhead, or visit www.RitasFranchises.com/Arrowhead.

 

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