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Neal Gottlieb, Founder of Three Twins Ice Cream on How to Be a 'Survivor'

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Neal Gottleib founded Three Twins Ice Cream in San Rafael in 2005.

Neal Gottlieb isn’t your everyday, plain-vanilla businessman. The founder of Petaluma-based Three Twins ice cream, Gottlieb recently wrapped up a stint on the CBS reality show “Survivor.” He has also planted LGBT rainbow flags atop mountains in Uganda and North Carolina to protest anti-homosexuality laws. We chat with Gottlieb about his business philosophy and philanthropic work as part of our “First Person” series, which highlights the local leaders and innovators who make the Bay Area unique.


Neal Gottlieb, founder, Three Twins Ice Cream


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