Scream Truck Cuts the Ribbon for its Springfield Grand Opening

SPRINGFIELD, NJ — There was a ribbon-cutting Monday in celebration of Scream Truck’s Grand Opening of its first headquarters in Springfield. The company launched in June 2020 as a premium ice cream delivery service in Westfield, and has since announced operation in Mountainside, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Summit and other towns across Union and Essex counties. Scream Truck started with one truck in September, then introduced two more in March, with grand plans to expand to dozens of trucks over the coming years and scale nationally.

During the festivities, Springfield Police escorted Scream Truck through town. The truck visited Mayor Chris Weber’s house to deliver ice cream to his family and neighbors. Then they paraded to City Hall, where free ice cream was offered to municipal staff. 

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Invited guests gathered at the company headquarters on Hillside Avenue for a free ice cream party with all three Scream Trucks. 

Pictured in ribbon-cutting (left to right): Unknown, Deputy Mayor Alex Keiser, Mia Miller (Operations Manager), Mayor Weber, Savannah Murphy, Eric Murphy (Founder/CEO), Jason Black (President), Scott Seidel and Mike Scalera