Jason Crabb Partners with Denali’s “Moose Tracks Ice Cream” and Purity Daries To Raise $10,000 For Michael W. Smith’s Rocketown

Grammy Award Winning Vocalist Joins Rhonda Vincent, Scott Hamilton and more for 10,000 Scoop Challenge During CMA Fest

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Jason Crabb and “Mike The Moose,” the official Moose Tracks mascot.
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Grammy award-winning vocalist, Jason Crabb, partnered with Denali Flavors, developers of the legendary Moose Tracks Ice Cream flavor and Purity Dairy to participate in the 10,000 Scoop Challenge to give away 10,000 scoops of Moose Tracks ice cream during the first day of the CMA Music Festival in Downtown Nashville, TN. Ten thousand scoops of Moose Tracks was given away on Thursday, June 7, 2012 at the First Baptist Church in Nashville, TN with “celebrity scoopers” Jason Crabb, Scott Hamilton (Olympic Gold Medalist Figure Skater), Rhonda Vincent (Award Winning Queen Of Bluegrass), The Roys, and others. For every scoop of ice cream, Denali Flavors donated $1 to Rocketown, a teen center started by Michael W. Smith, with a grand total of 10,000 scoops eaten and $10,000 raised!

“We had a great time scooping ice cream,” Jason Crabb said. “To be able to support Michael W. Smith and the work he does at Rocketown by giving away some free ice cream was a lot of fun! I was honored to be a part of the event today and I even ate some Moose Tracks myself!”

Jason Crabb serves a free scoop of Moose Tracks Ice Cream to a CMA Music Festival attendee during the “10,000 Scoop Challenge!”
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For more information on Jason Crabb, visit www.JasonCrabb.com, facebook.com/JasonCrabbMusic and twitter.com/JasonCrabbMusic. For more information on Moose Tracks Ice Cream, visit www.Facebook.com/MooseTracks. For more information on Rocketown, visit www.rocketown.com

Jennifer Johnson (WKRN News 2,) Scott Hamilton (Olympic Gold Medalist / Figure Skater,) GNASH (Nashville Predators,) Jason Crabb (Grammy® Award Winning Vocalist,) and Rhonda Vincent (Award winning Queen of Bluegrass)
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