News coverage of the new Guinness World Record continues to spread and was recently mentioned in People magazine, The Telegraph, and ABC News! Click on these links:
People Magazine - Behold 1½ Tons of the World's Largest Ice Cream Scoop
The Telegraph - World's largest ice cream scoops Guinness World Record
ABC News WEBCAST - Biggest Ice Cream Scoop
New official Guinness World Record for "Largest Ice Cream Scoop" was officially declared by famed Guinness World Records judge Philip Robertson on Saturday, June 28, at Cedarburg's Strawberry Festival. The new official record was set at 3010 lbs, which beat the previous record by a whooping 770 lbs! It was a gargantuan effort by both MN Big Snow and Kemps, as the team shattered the previous record for a truly 'sweet' victory! For more information, click on these links:
TMJ CBS Channel 4 News Coverage
WEAR ABC Channel 3 News Coverage
WLNS Channel 6 News Coverage
GM Today News Coverage
MN Big Snow Gallery Photos of the event
Team members Pat Mogren, David White, Matt Seeley, and Gerry Proulx sculpted a giant 65'x20' sculpture next to the new sledding hill at the snow sculpture park for the Saint Paul Winter Carnival. The piece depicts winter ogres and their pet dragon hamming it up alongside the Saint Paul Winter Carnival medallion to "photo bomb" festival attendees as they take a picture. New photos have been uploaded to the GALLERY section.
Team members David White and Paul Diekoff competed in Edmonton, Alberta where they took 2nd place in the 6th annual Cessco Snow Sculpture Competition at the 2012 Silver Skate Winter Festival. New pictures have been loaded in the GALLERY section.
Team members David White and Paul Diekoff competed against Pat Mogren and Gerry Proulx during the City of Lakes Loppet Snow Sculpture Competition on February 4th. Pictures of their sculptures as well as the promotional piece they sculpted during the event have been added to the GALLERY section! Click on this link to see who won, and also to see additional coverage of the event.
The team sculpted a piece to honor the Minnesota 34th Infantry Reserves at a dinner provided by Manicinni's restaurant. The piece depicts a soldier returning home to hug his daughter for the first time. To the Red Bulls and all our armed forces, we salute you!
The team recently competed in the 17th Annual Harbin International Snow Sculpture Competition where they were awarded a 3rd place trophy! See the NEWS section for more details.