It was a lot of fun to hold the contest and sift through over 3,000 names for our various ice cream flavors.
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Lebanon, CT (Vocus) April 13, 2010
Eleven Connecticut residents will soon have to go on a diet. The Farmer’s Cow, a group of local Connecticut dairy farms that sell dairy, eggs and other products, has picked eleven winners in their ice cream naming contest and each winner will receive a summer’s supply of The Farmer’s Cow Ice Cream.
“It was a lot of fun to hold the contest and sift through over 3,000 names for our various ice cream flavors,” says Robin Chesmer, managing partner with The Farmer’s Cow. “It was a lot of work judging all of the names, but we’ve narrowed the choices. It was really a tough job because there were so many good names! We blind judged all the entries and had no idea who entered the ice cream names so I’m pleased to see that our winners cover the entire state and ranged in age from high school to their 90s.”
The winning names and their creators are:
- “Hay! Hay! Hay! Vanilla” - Tracy Shortell, Wallingford
- “Cow Barn Chocolate” - Sebastian Tonewo, Franklin
- “Farm Stand Cherry Vanilla” - Karen Provoncha, Storrs
- “Summer Meadow Strawberry” - Kip Kolesinskas, Manchester
- “Up Early Coffee” - Jim Orffitelli, Manchester
- “Heifer Nutter Peanut Butter Cup” - Sam Hinckley, Windsor
- “Fields of Mint Chocolate Chip” - Jennifer Gaskins, Newtown
- “Milking Time Cookies & Cream” - Marc Sanchez, Manchester
- “Black Raspberry Moo Chocolate Chip” - Barbara Hambach, Broad Brook
- “Muddy Boots Chocolate Chocolate Chip” - Zak Nadeau, Moosup
Additionally, one name was picked at random from all of the entrants. That person was Allen Patenaude of Torrington.
“Now our work turns to getting our delicious new ice cream in the stores to help cool Connecticut residents this summer,” says Chesmer. “We anticipate having our first batches of Connecticut farm-fresh ice cream available by Memorial Day.”
About The Farmer’s Cow
The Farmer’s Cow is a group of local Connecticut dairy farms that produces fresh, hormone-free milk, half & half and heavy cream for Southern New England. They also sell Connecticut-sourced, all-natural eggs, apple cider, and seasonal beverages. The Farmer’s Cow works to promote Connecticut agriculture and show that “Local is Fresh!” For more information visit http://www.TheFarmersCow.com or call (866) 355-COWS.
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