Chris Bosh Gives Back on Miami Beach

It's safe to say that the Miami Heat's Chris Bosh has had a great year: marriage, baby, a championship ring and as of Sunday, an ice cream flavor. One of Miami Beach's oldest establishment, The Frieze, gave back to their customers and the community who have supported them over the past 25 years this weekend. They shut down their block with a fun-filled festival with face painting, an interactive photo booth, raffle prizes and more.

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It's safe to say that the Miami Heat's Chris Bosh has had a great year: marriage, baby, a championship ring and as of Sunday, an ice cream flavor. One of Miami Beach's oldest establishment, The Frieze, gave back to their customers and the community who have supported them over the past 25 years this weekend. They shut down their block with a fun-filled festival with face painting, an interactive photo booth, raffle prizes and more. To thank fans for 25 years of support, The Frieze got Chris Bosh behind the counter to scoop free ice cream for attendees
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Fan started gathering early Sunday morning to catch a glimpse of the NBA star
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Chris Bosh told media and fans, "This isn't my first time behind the counter. I worked at a smoothie store in Texas!"
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The Frieze's Twitter fan Stefanie won the chance to meet the Miami Heat champion after naming the Chris Bosh-inspired flavor
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Bosh made sure every customer in line received a free scoop
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Bosh quickly bonded with his coworkers
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General manager David Warren, Chris Bosh, fan Stefanie and Robert Warren posed for cameras
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General manager David Warren told us, "If basketball doesn't work out for Chris, he can have a job here anytime!"
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Tons of fans joined the block party
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Even the littlest of fan got in the spirit
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The City of Miami named September 9th The Frieze and Team Tomorrow Day.
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