Citywide social ice cream is coming to Charlotte

Homemade Moose Tracks Ice Cream in a Bowl

You scream, I scream… we all scream for delicious ice cream! The biggest ice cream party Charlotte has ever seen is coming soon.

Moose Tracks Ice Cream is bringing 10,000 free Mayfield Moose Tracks ice cream scoops to downtown Charlotte. This will take place at the corner of Trade and Tryon on Thursday, June 16 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For every dumpling served, Moose Tracks will donate $1 to The Salvation Army of Greater Charlotte. This event hopes to raise $10,000 in just four hours to help fund ongoing community projects.

Since its beginnings in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 2010, Moose Tracks has taken the 10,000 Ball Challenge to over 40 cities and raised over $400,000 for local charities. With the help of Mayfield Dairy Farms, Moose Tracks will bring the event to Charlotte. The company will serve 10,000 Moose Tracks balls. Celebrities will champion a cause and flex their muscles while supporting the Salvation Army of Greater Charlotte.

You can expect more fun surprises during the event. This includes celebrity guest scoopers, Tracks, mascot Moose Tracks, and Salvation Army officers from Greater Charlotte. It is sure to be a tasty city-wide event. You can find out more about the event here.

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