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Jul 09 2008
Sweet Treats Traveling Around Town PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 09 July 2008

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            There’s a new traveling business in town that you may be seeing in your neighborhood on a nice day. They were close to KMXT’s headquarters Tuesday afternoon and Mary Donaldson caught up with them

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            Lickety Split Ice Cream could very well be the first ice cream truck Kodiak has ever seen. It’s a family owned business, and just started operating this week. One of the co-owners, Sarah Horton says they have a variety of sweet treats for everyone to choose from.

            (Ice Cream 1              :17s     “…pretty much everything.”)

            When I caught up with Horton, she wasn’t working alone. Her 7-year-old brother, Tobias, was making the rounds with her. He says one of his favorite parts of the family business is traveling.

            (Ice Cream 2              :09s     “...is chocolate.”)

            She says besides selling ice cream, the business has other fun services to offer.

            (Ice Cream 4              :10s     “…parties too.”)

Horton says hours will vary, but that their yellow, three-wheeled ice cream truck, playing fun tunes, could pop up at various locations around town at any time.

            (Ice Cream 3              :27s     “…and Eastside.”)

            (Nat Sound Outro       :05s     “…ice cream.”)

Screaming for ice cream, I’m Mary Donaldson.

 

 

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