Downtown Ludington, on Ludington Avenue from Harrison Street to Park Street.
Saturday, June 11th at 6pm
Arrive at 5pm to help and/or watch the giant sundae being built.
To have a great time, beat a world record and come together as a community to show love for Ludington.
Anyone can come down to get free ice cream after the dessert has been measured, but we will need about 500 volunteers to build the sundae.
Registration & Training at Rotary Park (next to House of Flavors), downtown Ludington is promptly at 3pm - Saturday, June 11, 2016.
Registration & Training at Rotary Park (next to House of Flavors), downtown Ludington is promptly at 4pm - Saturday, June 11, 2016.
*World Record Attempt Team Assignments are limited to the first 1,100 volunteers. Clean up team volunteer opportunities are unlimited!
Please stay out of the westbound lanes of Ludington Avenue from Harrison St. to Park St. beginning at noon on Saturday, June 11. The lanes must stay clear for emergency & distribution vehicles, and our documentation crew. Your safety is critical to us. We encourage you to find downtown businesses to shop & enjoy! At 5pm - please gather (not in the westbound lanes of Ludington Ave.) from Park St. to Harrison St. in preparation to eat the world record sundae. Our time estimate for eating is 6:15/20pm. Please be organized, respectful of others, and quick to eat your sundae so we can set a world record!
*World Record Attempt Sundaes will be available while supplies last. We will have 13,000+ scoops of sundae to love in downtown Ludington!
A half mile (2640 feet or 31680 inches or about 8 city blocks)
Amount of Ice Cream:
900 gallons from 300 three-gallon containers
15,000+ scoops of ice cream
Thanks to House of Flavors
800lb of chocolate syrup
600 cans of whipped cream
2,000+ Michigan maraschino cherries
Thanks to Sysco and Cherry Man
Number of tables:
One continuous metal trough constructed from seamless house gutter to hold the ice cream dessert.
Thanks to Square Deal Building Supply and Superior Seamless Gutter
Number of Ice Cream Eaters:
7500 people would get two scoops each or 15,000 would get 1 scoop
Number of Scoopers: