Dallas ice cream shop offers 34 flavors served only by people with special needs

Howdy Homemade Ice Cream is designed specifically for people with special needs, and employs about a dozen people ranging in age from 16 to 31.
2:14 | 08/28/19

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Transcript for Dallas ice cream shop offers 34 flavors served only by people with special needs
Finally, America strong. And this just might be the only ice cream shop where the workers are even sweeter than the ice cream. Tonight, meet Cole sending us this welcome message. Hi, David Muir. Come on in. Reporter: He is haven't of howdy homemade ice cream in Dallas. What is this one? Coffee and cookies. Reporter: There are about a dozen employees that run the show here, from 16 to 31, each of them with special needs. Yes, yes. Reporter: And until this ice cream shop, Ann Marie Kerrigan had trouble finding a job. It makes me feel like there's not a place for me in this world. Reporter: There is now, because Dallas businessman Tom Landis, who founded howly homemade ice cream, knew exactly the kind of workers he was looking for. It just jumped out that, hey, this is what the restaurant industry needs. Reporter: An ice cream shop tailor made. Everything in the entire restaurant was designed for people with special needs to succeed. Reporter: Even the cash drawer, only bills, to help simplify transactions. $4 your change. Reporter: They make 40 different flavors and they make their customers smile. The workers grateful. I really appreciate the freedom of expressing myself. Pleasure is waking up to ice cream, it's really a blessing. I'm surrounded with not just ice cream but with good employees. I think I've taught them how to work and they've taught me how to live. Reporter: And this from Ann Marie. Never take no for an answer. Grab what you are passionate about and make it happen. Reporter: Which is exactly what Tom did for his workers, and in turn, what his workers are now doing for that community. Next flavor going to central market is chocolate banana. Tom has really inspired me to Reporter: And tonight, the ice cream shop in Dallas we can't wait to get to. This one's for you, David Muir. I can't wait. We love those workers. Every one of ...6, 7, 8

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