Inland Ice is cooling down Riverside County, California, where in many areas daytime temperatures exceed 100 degrees for over 100 days a year. Geographically, the county is desert, located in the southeastern part of California, stretching from Orange County to the Colorado River, which is the border with Arizona. The county is part of the Greater Los Angeles Area, in an area of Southern California known as the Inland Empire. Riverside County is one of the fastest growing counties in California, with a 26% population growth rate since the year 2000, making it the 5th largest county in california.
This concept is an innovative approach in delivering bagged ice at half the local market price. It's new, revolutionary, and one of a kind. Using patented technology, an Ice House manufactures its own ice, bags it, and drops it out like a can of soda. Conveniently located on a commercial parking lot Ice Houses provide the drive up convenience of an ATM machine. They are fully automated, unmanned ice vending machines that save the consumer both time and money. In addition, our ice is never touched by human hands, possibly making it the cleanest, safest ice on the market today.
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- OPEN 24 HRS/DAY, 365 DAYS/YR
- NO ONSITE EMPLOYEES
- LOW OVERHEAD
- HIGH PRODUCT DEMAND
- RECURRING CASH FLOW
- CONVENIENCE AND VALUE
- DEVELOPING TREND
- REDUCES CARBON FOOTPRINT FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF ICE
Ice House America Donates Two Machines to the Astrodome for Hurricane Katrina Evacuees.
A lot of times when you hear about natural disasters, you hear they need food, water, and ice. Ice House America knew that if they could provide anything to the evacuees at the Astrodome in Houston, it was definitely ice. In a couple of days, two machines were delivered and installed by nearly a dozen Ice House America volunteers. Now, truckloads of ice are being used each day cooling tons of water, juice and soda. Although ice isn't enough to rebuild people's homes, it has been a refreshing type of relief to thousands of storm victims.
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