Paul Tamburello, a developer who's done several landmark projects in LoHi (and even coined that nickname), drew inspiration from his own past when he created Little Man Ice Cream back in 2008. His grandfather had owned an ice cream store in Chicago in the 1930s, and he thought the edge of Highland could use a store of its own. But not just any store: Tamburello created a shop that looks like a giant milk can. Every summer night -- and some winter nights -- crowds line up outside Little Man Ice Cream. But Tamburello isn't just interested in feeding Denver: With the Scoop for Scoop program, Little Man helps feed the world: For every scoop of ice cream you purchase, Little Man matches it with a scoop of rice delivered to a developing country. And tonight you can celebrate the one-millionth scoop.
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