Moo-ve over: Michigan city takes another's ice cream record
Posted January 8
LUDINGTON, Mich. — Moo-ve over: One Michigan city has officially claimed another's ice cream world record.
The Muskegon Chronicle reports (http://bit.ly/2iRzSs7 ) that Moo-ville Creamery in Nashville has been recognized by Guinness World Records for staging the longest ice cream sundae in September.
Three months earlier, the massive dessert in the Lake Michigan town of Ludington organized by the House of Flavors measured roughly 2,970 feet long and fed thousands of people along eight blocks. Nashville, more than 100 miles to the southeast, broke that record by making a dessert that spanned 3,656 feet.
Moo-ville manager Tina Westendorp says she and others traveled to Ludington to see how it was done. Nashville's main thoroughfare wasn't long enough so organizers had to create two dessert tracks next to each other.