Berkey Creamery To Debut ‘Fantasy Flavor League’ September 29
Football The Creamery is back, folks, and it’s debuting its new Fantasy Flavor League beginning Tuesday, September 29.
Like the Creamery’s annual Flavor Madness competition, the new competition will ask ice cream lovers to vote for their favorite flavors each week.
Over the next six weeks, fans will choose their favorite gameday pint flavor. Voting will take place from 9 a.m. Tuesday to noon Friday each week on the Creamery’s website. At the end of each week, the winner will be announced with the final fantasy team announced at the end of the competition.
“We hope this latest competition will bring some fun to the season, especially in light of the postponement of fall sports,” Jim Brown, assistant manager of the Creamery, said. “We hope our fans will rally around the contest and the Penn State Creamery.”
The competition’s matchups will include:
October 3 — The Degree Bowl
- Alumni Swirl vs. Scholar’s Chip
October 10 — The Cookie Bowl
- Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough vs. Cookies N Cream
October 17 — The Sundae Bowl
- Monkey Business vs. Peanut Butter Swirl
October 24 — The Breakfast Bowl
- Grilled Stickies vs. WPSU Coffee Break
October 31 — The Fruit Bowl
- Peachy Paterno vs. Strawberry
November 7 — The March Madness Victory Bowl.
- Death by Chocolate vs. Bittersweet Mint
Online orders of the winning flavor will be discounted by $1 per pint the week after it wins. Everyone who votes will receive a 10%-off code for online Creamery orders. Participants will also be entered to win a $25 Creamery gift card.
Participants need to re-enter the competition each week to be eligible for the weekly gift card. Winners will be notified by email and must claim their prize within a week.
More information on the competition rules can be found on the Creamery’s website.
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