Ice Cream Company Donates to School Music Programs

The Sub Zero Ice Cream location in Sebastopol, CA will be donating proceeds raised from Earth Day to help fund local school music programs.

Sebastopol, CA (PRWEB) April 16, 2014

Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yogurt in Sebastopol, Calif. is celebrating Earth Day by giving back to the community. On April 20th from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., The Community Market and The Barlow Center in Sebastopol are hosting a special event in honor of Earth Day with activities and music for all ages.

Throughout the event, Sub Zero will hand out scoops of the special Earth Day Flavor, “Dirt n’ Worms,” to each patron in exchange for donations. Half of the proceeds raised by Sub Zero Ice Cream during the celebration will be donated to the Mr. Music Man Foundation to help keep music in local schools.

“We always enjoy any opportunity we have to give back to the community, especially one that supports fine arts in public schools,” said Jacki Negri, Sub Zero Sebastopol Storeowner. “Earth Day is all about giving back to a community that gives so much to us already so we are happy to help in any way we can.”

In addition to liquid nitrogen ice cream, the celebration will also include food from other vendors, crafts, a brass band and much more. Sub Zero’s instantly frozen ice cream is the perfect treat on Earth Day because it is both delicious and environmentally friendly.

“What better way to celebrate Earth Day than with liquid nitrogen ice cream?” Negri said. “Sub Zero uses nitrogen pulled from the air around us to freeze ice cream, thus eliminating the need for giant freezers that use a lot of energy.”

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