Nothing stops months of planning when you’re hoping to reclaim the Guinness Book of World Records for World’s Largest Ice Cream Sundae.
Last spring, the city of Nashville set a record with a distance of 1,823 feet.
But that record only lasted 3 weeks when a city in New Zealand set the record.
Then, this June, the city of Ludington and House of Flavors topped them both, establishing a record of 2,970 feet.
On Saturday afternoon (Sept. 17, 2016), Moo-ville Creamery and a crew of 302 volunteers from the Business District brought out nearly 900 gallons of ice cream.
They did it!
The distance was 3,656 feet, according to an on-site surveyor. Organizers will submit his figures as well as photos, video and other proof that a new record was set.
For the full article, see John Gonzalez, “World’s Largest Ice Cream Sundae: Did Moo-ville Creamery/Nashville Business District set a record?“, MLive, September 17, 2016.
Austin Denean, “Ludington’s ice cream world record officially bested by another Michigan town“, MLive, January 6, 2017.