Kemps attempts to set Guinness World Record at Cedarburg’s Strawberry Festival
Thu, June 12, 2014 | Press Releases
MEDIA CONTACTS: Paul Maccabee, Maccabee PR, 612-337-0087, and Gwen Chynoweth, Maccabee PR, 612-294-3144
On June 28, Kemps will attempt to set a Guinness World Record for Largest Ice Cream Scoop during the Cedarburg Strawberry Festival, just outside Milwaukee, Wisconsin — as part of Kemps’ 100 Year Anniversary celebration.
Working with nationally-ranked snow sculptors from Big Snow, Kemps will shape over 2,000 pounds of strawberry ice cream — kept frozen at 20-degrees below zero — until the Scoop is revealed at the Festival, at the stroke of noon.
The following are available for download:
- World’s Largest Ice Cream Scoop press release
- World’s Largest Ice Cream Scoop media alert
- Image of the Mobile Moooseum
- Image of Tour the Moooseum graphic
- Image of soda jerk
- Kemps ice cream soda recipes
Kemps also will provide a blend of activities leading up to its World Record attempt, including ice cream eating contests and the Milwaukee-area premier of Kemps’ mobile Moooseum — a 53-foot long semi-trailer packed with interactive, family-friendly exhibits.