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Paradise Ice Cream

  • Address:
    7702 Backlick Rd Suite I
    Springfield, VA 22150
  • Phone:
    (703) 913-9445

Eric Staggers turned his entrepreneurial passion towards creating his own ice cream brand. Known as Paradise Ice Cream (as the sweet dessert makes for a heavenly experience), in 2002 the business would launch into a full-service ice cream catering company. Staggers knew what great ice cream tasted like. He and his first colleagues spent the first few years perfecting the recipe for the homemade ice cream. From there, the menu became an endless combination of flavors.

To this day, Paradise takes pride in its ability to invent any ice cream flavor from within its warehouse doors. The Paradise brand is built strongly upon a people-centered culture. While high quality homemade ice cream is the priority, the quality of service is determined by the people who wear the Paradise uniform.