Our Story / History
Lloyd’s Ice Cream began as one small retail shoppe with ice cream made in the back room. It was located at the corner of Lincoln Avenue and North Fares. It was later torn down for Highway 41. If you are sitting in the southbound turn lane on Highway 41, you would be at the drive thru window.
Pictured is Don Smith in 1964, his first year in business.
Don made ice cream every morning & sold ice cream all day long.
(even before McDonald’s!)
Lloyd’s Ice Cream registered the name Lic’s in 1979 for the retail shops. Lic’s stands for Lloyd’s Ice Cream Shoppes. The parent Company name is still Lloyd’s Ice Cream, Inc.
This plant churns out 2000 gallons of Lic’s ice cream per day.
to include Ice Cream Cakes, Choco Cremes & Turtle Pies.
in 1986 featuring many family recipes for sauces, salad dressings, soups & chili.
and cakes & cookies at Lic’s plant/bakery in downtown Evansville and delivers it to the stores fresh daily.