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Get Free Creamery Ice Cream

Yup, you read the title right. You can get free Penn State Creamery Ice Cream on Friday March 19, 2010 between 11:00 am and 1:00 pm. Now, this sweet deal can be had by simply using social media outlets like Facebook and Foursquare. Here’s the rundown:

  1. Visit the College of Ag Science’s Facebook Fan Page and become a fan.
  2. Follow the College of Ag Sci on Twitter.
  3. Get an account on the location-based social media service Foursquare.
  4. Head to the Berkey Creamery on Friday, March 19th between 11 and 1.
  5. “Check-in” your location on Foursquare.

Don’t have a mobile device that is compatible with Foursquare? Don’t worry, The College of Agriculture Sciences has got you covered– it’ll have a computer set up so you can check in.

Get to the Creamery close to 11 to make sure you’re one of the first twenty-five. Free ice cream will only be awarded to those first twenty-five.

This is a pretty cool use of social media. Props to the College of Ag Sciences for offering an incentive for people to follow their social media assets on Facebook and Twitter. Free Creamery ice cream is a whole lot better than the classic “hey you guys, can you please follow us?” line that other Colleges and Universities generally offer.

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