If you scream for ice cream, July 16 is your day: It’s National Ice Cream Day, which means there are free frozen treats up for grabs.While many local ice cream shops and eateries may have freebies or discounts, here’s what the larger chains are offering in honor of this very special day.McDonald’s: The Golden Arches is getting …
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