Full Tilt Ice Cream closes White Center location

Sunday marked the last day customers ccould buy a scoop from Full Tilt Ice Cream's White Center location, as the shop officially closed its doors at 8 p.m.

Full Tilt co-founder Ann Magyar announced the closure back in early April after her husband, Justin Cline, tragically passed away from a heart attack. 

Cline and Magyar founded Full Tilt back in 2008, with the White Center location transforming into a cherished gathering place for families and artists over the years. But Magyar said now that Cline is gone, the shop "just isn’t the same without him," prompting its closure.


Full Tilt Ice Cream to close in Seattle's White Center neighborhood

In a heartfelt Facebook message Monday, Mrs. Full Tilt, Ann Magyar, announced the shop's closing.

Cline was also known as a community advocate in White Center, as he helped revitalize the neighborhood's business district. Many were quick to donate to Magyar's GoFundMe after Cline's passing, which raised nearly $95,000.

Full Tilt will still have its Columbia City location open, however it will no longer accept gift cards, coupons, or birthday party certificates from other locations.


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