The photo-worthy Museum of Ice Cream is now valued at $200 million. The new capital will help the attraction to expand further into branded products and a theme beyond ice cream.
Venture investors are valuing the company behind the Museum of Ice Cream at $200 million in a bet that the frozen dessert-themed attraction can expand further into branded food, products—and a new theme beyond ice cream.Read more: The Wall Street Journal
What flavor is it made out of? It’s a fine line between clever and stupid, and these people managed to land on the right side of it. Green energy start-ups can't get funding, but it's all fine because there's a fucking 200 million dollar museum for ice cream.
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