Stewart’s and Suny Adirondack Partner to Offer Sweet Success Ice Cream!

Suny Adirondack Sweet Success launch

Nothing tastes sweeter than success! Stewart’s Shops and SUNY Adirondack have joined forces to celebrate a new academic year with the unveiling of SUNY Adirondack’s Sweet Success ice cream.

Sweet Success — Stewart’s Shops’ smooth vanilla ice cream base jam-packed with peanut butter cup pieces, smooth peanut butter and swirls of smooth fudge — is available for a limited time at Stewart’s Shop locations at these locations:

Shop 415: 1002 Rt 9 Queensbury, NY 12804
Shop 458: 1433 State Rt 9 Queensbury, NY 12804
Shop 396: 402 Bay Rd Queensbury, NY 12804
Shop 246: 227 Ballard Rd Gansevoort, NY 12831
Shop 444: 445 Northern Pines Rd Wilton, NY 12831
Shop 314: 4208 New York Rt 50 Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

“We can’t think of a better way to welcome back SUNY Adirondack students than with Stewart’s ice cream, appropriately named Sweet Success”, according to Stewart’s president, Gary Dake.

A kickoff celebration was held on the first day of classes for the Fall 2022 semester in front of the Student Center.

“We are excited to offer students a taste of Sweet Success on their first day of classes this academic year,” said Kristine D. Duffy, Ed.D., president of SUNY Adirondack. “Stewart’s Shops and the Dake family are longtime supporters of the college, so being able to collaborate on this delicious endeavor is a lot of fun as we welcome back the campus community.”

Stewart’s Shop and The Dake Family, a fund of The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region, have given the college much to celebrate. As the college’s largest corporate sponsor, the organizations have given SUNY Adirondack just less than $400,000 to support various efforts, including the Reach New Heights campaign; the Regional Higher Education Center; help providing access scholarships for community youth participating in SUNY Adirondack’s Summer Enrichment Program; and, most recently, $75,000 in support of the college’s $5.7 million turf field project, which includes dugouts, bleachers, and a press box and a scoreboard.