I scream. You scream. We all scream for ice cream.
Our call has been heard. We can get our ice cream and do good works at the same time.
Denali Flavors, developer of the legendary Moose Tracks ice cream, wants metro Detroiters to come on down to Cadillac Square on Wednesday, June 28 from 11:00 a.m. – 3 p.m. to get free ice cream and become part of its 10,000 Scoops Challenge.
Denali Flavors works with ice cream-producing dairies across the country to manufacture an array of regional and store-branded products. One of those is Dean’s Country Fresh Dairy.
The dairy is donating 10,000 scoops of its Moose Tracks ice cream for the philanthropic event. For each scoop served, Denali Flavors will donate $1 to The Salvation Army of Metro Detroit in an effort to raise $10,000 for local programs.
Local celebrities will be donating their time scooping for charity.
Representatives from Denali Flavors also will be there along with company’s Moose mascot, representatives from Dean’s Country Fresh and officers of The Salvation Army of Metro Detroit.
Denali has taken the challenge on the road for eight years, and this year it’s in Detroit.
Your scream has been heard. Come on down, get some free ice cream and help raise dollars for The Salvation Army. We know you’d love to do both.
During the event ice cream lovers can follow Moose Tracks on Twitter @Moose_Tracks. Visit the event page for more information.