Twice the Ice named Official Off-premises Ice Supplier for Gateway Motorsports Park
Officials at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, Illinois, today announced Twice the Ice as its Official Off-premises Ice Supplier. Located just two miles away from GMP at 665 McCambridge Avenue (IL 203) in Madison, Twice the Ice offers deep discount prices on ice to fans and race teams at Gateway Motorsports Park.
"We are very excited to launch our partnership with Gateway Motor Sports Park,” said owner Brad Cummins. “As a member of the Metro East business community, becoming the official off-premise ice provider is an honor. We've been serving the people of Madison for more than three years since our launch. Adding the Gateway fans and race teams to our customer base is a logical next step in our growth.”
Twice the Ice offers real value: Twice the Ice not only offers high-quality ice in the most convenient format -- but also the highest level of value for consumers. Twice the Ice formulated a better way for consumers to purchase ice. Their on-demand ice is made on-site where it’s sold. There are no delivery trucks and no human hands packing factory-made Ice bags. Twice the Ice is the factory and the store -- and it’s completely automated.
Twice the Ice offers self-serve convenience: The ease of purchasing ice and water from Twice the Ice’s ice house is a factor that separates them from the competition. No more standing in long store lines on busy race days. No more lugging heavy bags of ice from the store to your vehicle. Simply drive up to the Twice the Ice machine, select your product and place it in your conveniently-located vehicle. Since the ice is made fresh daily the customer never will have to slam frozen bags to the ground to separate the cubes. A bulk purchase option allows customers to obtain ice for their coolers without using bags.
For more information on Gateway Motorsports Park, please call (618) 215-8888 or visit www.gatewaymsp.com. Follow GMP on Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram.
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