NASHVILLE, MICH. - They're back at it again! MOO-ville Creamery in Nashville is trying to break a record for the "World's Longest Ice Cream Sundae".
The record attempt will happen Saturday, September 17th, 2016, from 12 - 8 p.m.
During last year's attempt, over 5,000 people came to help eat ice cream. Unfortunately, people in New Zealand did the same and MOO-ville Creamery only earned the "Longest Ice Cream Sundae in the USA."
To participate in breaking the world record, people need to buy a color changing souvenir spoon. $2 spoons will be available beginning the week of August 21.
Spoons purchased day of the event will be $3. (Bowls will be available at the event for the actual eating of ice cream.)
Parking in the Village of Nashville is limited. Good spots in the village are Nashville Baptist Church and behind the downtown stores on the west side of town. Additional parking with shuttles will be available at Maple Valley Schools, Fuller Elementary, Grace Church, Church of the Nazarene, and Daniels Funeral Home.
Many businesses will offer special discounts when you show your souvenir spoon!
For more information, visit MOO-ville Creamery's Facebook event page.
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