National "Chill Out Day”


Story info and Photo furnished by All Points PR

LEBANON, OH -- National "Chill Out Day” is just around the corner as Kona Ice is back again handing out FREE Treats For Community Giveback for its annual National “Chill Out” Day on April 15, 2024. 

"It’s a way to cure the community’s stress related to Tax Day, because there should be no taxation without relaxation," noted Conor Mills of All Points PR, adding, "It’s a small gesture with a big impact, bringing smiles and relaxation to communities with free treats." 

Sandra Andrews, owner of Kona Ice of Centerville and Lebanon, will have the tropical-themed shaved ice truck stationed in Downtown Lebanon at 25 W. South St. from from 2:00pm – 4:00pm offering complimentary cups of shaved ice to all visitors on Tax Day, April 15. 

Each Kona truck participates in community fundraisers, donating a portion of their earnings back to local schools and organizations. Through partnerships with schools, youth sports leagues, and local organizations, Kona Ice has contributed over $180 million back to the communities it serves. To learn more about Kona Ice’s giveback efforts, visit:   


Founded in 2007 by Tony Lamb, Kona Ice launched its first Kona Entertainment Vehicle (KEV) in Florence, Kentucky, offering a unique combination of cleanliness, friendliness, and a one-of-a-kind experience, featuring the opportunity to create your very own shaved ice on the self-serve Flavorwave™, while enjoying the soothing sights and sounds from the tropics, all while giving back to each and every community Kona Ice serves.  Today, Kona Ice has grown to more than 2,600 mobile units that serve 49 states across the country.  For more information about booking Kona Ice for a fundraiser or event, visit

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