After purchasing the company for $20,000, Tommy Vercetti learns from the previous owner, Maude Hanson, that the company is actually a front and the "ice cream" sold is actually drugs. Seeing the opportunity in this, Tommy takes one of the company's ice cream vans and begins distributing the drugs through Vice City. After selling 50 "ice creams", whilst avoiding the attention of the police, the asset mission is completed.
In order to complete the mission the player must:
Use your Mr. Whoopee Van to distribute Cherry Poppers product around the city.
You receive money for each transition you make, but the more transactions you make the more police attention you get.
Local gangs will not appreciate you doing business on their turf so expect hostility if you do so.
The player should sell the drugs in areas where a Pay 'n' Spray is located for a faster way of losing the wanted level attained during sales. The player can either park directly outside the establishment or drive around.
Viceport is an excellent location to do this mission as it spawns more pedestrians and a Pay 'n' Spray garage is located there.
This mission does not feature checkpoints, so the "ice creams sold" counter will be reset to zero if the player exits the ice cream van. Therefore, the fifty "ice creams" must be sold consecutively for the mission to be completed.
Following completion of this mission, the Cherry Popper Ice Cream Company will generate a revenue of up to $3,000 a day. If the player owns at least seven assets, the penultimate mission Cap the Collector will be unlocked.
The more clients he attracts, the more heat he gets, so Tommy must be careful.
He will also have to watch out for any street gangs in the territories he'll deal in.
Tommy dealing some product.
After Tommy has sold 50 packages to 50 different clients in a very short amount of time, Tommy is established as the top-distributor of the city.
The factory's dealings will now regularly generate up to $3000, which Tommy will be able to pick up from the factory's front.
The basis of this mission could be a reference to the "Glasgow Ice Cream Wars" of the 1980s, where rival criminal syndicates distributed drugs and stolen goods throughout the city using ice cream vans.
It could also be a reference to the 1981 Cheech & Chong film Nice Dreams, where the main characters use an ice cream truck as a front to sell "Happy Herb's Nice Dreams" - which are stolen marijuana.