Jeremiah's Italian Ice Opens in Cooper City, Florida

    Industry News | April 9, 2021

    Jeremiah’s Italian Ice

    The location has three service windows and outdoor seating.

    Orlando-based Jeremiah’s Italian Ice is now scooping up its iconic frozen treats in its new Cooper City location which opened March 30. The new Jeremiah’s Italian Ice is located at 9630 Stirling Rd. #101 in a brand new shopping plaza called Cooper Square, located directly across from Cooper City High School.

    The location has three service windows and outdoor seating to provide customers with friendly and efficient service. Third party delivery services are also offered so Cooper City residents can indulge in their tasty frozen treats at home.

    “We are excited to be opening in the new Cooper Square and bringing Jeremiah’s fresh, young and vibrant energy to the area,” says one of the local owners, Matthew McMillan. “We cannot wait to get more involved in the community and continue Jeremiah’s culture of giving back. We would love to start hosting special events and “Ice Nights” for the high school to help support the students and their different organizations once we open.”

    The Cooper City location is owned by Matthew McMillan and Aycan Lale. McMillan has 15 years of marketing experience and also spent two years in a rural Central American town as a former Peace Corps. Volunteer. Lale has over 20 years of hospitality and marketing experience, including the cruise ship industry. Lale has international experience to draw upon, having worked all over the world in places like Turkey and Israel.

    “I decided to become a local owner of Jeremiah’s Italian Ice because I thought it was one of the best opportunities out there, and this brand’s commitment to the safety of its staff and guests has showed me that I made the right choice,” says McMillan. “My daughter will also be working at our new location so it is one of my top goals to keep our location as safe as possible for everyone involved as we open and begin to serve the Cooper City community.”

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