You spoke, Turkey Hill listened?
Ten days ago we posted a story that Turkey Hill had discontinued their Graham Slam flavor of ice cream, which has been promoted for years during Phillies games, after seeing this tweet.
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Unfortunately, our Graham Slam Ice Cream was discontinued due to a lack of sales.— Turkey Hill Dairy (@TurkeyHillDairy) June 5, 2017
The reaction surrounding the news, however, may have changed their minds. Wednesday night, CSN's John Clark tweeted out a photo of perhaps his final cup of the dairy delight on his account.
Last hurrah Phillies Graham Slam ice cream😭
Thanks for the memories Frank#RIPGrahamSlam@TurkeyHillDairy #DoTheRightThing
RT to save pic.twitter.com/DvvFxJs0PL— John Clark CSN/NBC (@JClarkCSN) June 14, 2017
Fans, including baseball writer Jayson Stark, chimed in with disappointment that the ice cream was going away.
Jayson its times like these we need a touching retrospective from you on what GrahamSlam meant to us— John Clark CSN/NBC (@JClarkCSN) June 15, 2017
Sorry. Too emotional to put in words— Jayson Stark (@jaysonst) June 15, 2017
… but wait, Clark posted this update today, which put a smile on the face of anyone who thought they'd never have another scoop of Graham Slam ice cream.
Here's the scoop on Graham Slam🍦@TurkeyHillDairy
After saying theyre discontinuing it, now say they will serve at @Phillies games!✌🏻 pic.twitter.com/ql9uSDkfcN— John Clark CSN/NBC (@JClarkCSN) June 15, 2017
While you may not be able to grab a pint at your local grocery store anymore, you can still find Graham Slam at ice cream shops and at Phillies games.
It could make for a sweet moment during what has been a woeful baseball season.