FREE City Wide Frozen Yogurt Social to Raise $10,000 for The Salvation Army
Moose Tracks, a legendary ice cream flavor, is partnering with Kemps in the 10,000 Scoop Challenge at this FREE City Wide Frozen Yogurt Social in downtown San Antonio.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for free Kemps Moose Tracks Frozen Yogurt! If residents of San Antonio are like the rest of Americans, they’ll love the 10,000 Scoop Challenge coming to the Main Plaza from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. on June 7, 2018. The 10,000 Scoop Challenge is a FREE city-wide frozen yogurt social to benefit The Salvation Army of San Antonio to support vital programming.
One scoop equals $1 raised for charity! For every scoop eaten, Moose Tracks will donate $1, with the goal of scooping 10,000 Kemps Moose Tracks Frozen Yogurt cones for the San Antonio community and raising $10,000 for The Salvation Army of San Antonio in just four hours.
Moose Tracks—the legendary flavor featuring decadent Moose Tracks fudge and peanut butter cups swirled into vanilla frozen yogurt—began the event in 2010 and since the inaugural event in Grand Rapids, Mich. has visited 33 cities and raised $330,000 for The Salvation Army.
Moose Tracks is partnering with Kemps to bring the event to life in San Antonio and will be serving up 10,000 scoops of Kemps Moose Tracks, available at your local H-E-B! Local celebrities are invited to scoop for a cause and will be putting their muscles to the test while donating their time in support of The Salvation Army of San Antonio.
During the event frozen yogurt lovers can interact with a fun Snapchat filter and follow Moose Tracks on Twitter @Moose_Tracks. Visit our Facebook page for more information!
WHEN: June 7. 2018, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
- Celebrity guest scoopers
- Representatives from Moose Tracks
- Moose mascot from Moose Tracks
- Representatives from Kemps
- Officers of The Salvation Army of San Antonio
- 10,000 scoops of FREE Kemps Moose Tracks
- Thousands of frozen yogurt fans ready to partake in delicious philanthropy
- $1 donation for each scoop eaten to support local programs