We enjoyed the quick 5-6 minute video of how the company was started. It was done with humor and lightheartedness. and a quick showing of the production line (no photos please). After this we were whisked off to the sample room for a try of the flavor in production. The tour was about 30 minutes or so overall all, but if you or others do not ask questions it will be a very quick tour. The price was not bad ($4) adults and kids under 12 free, for what you get. The tour person was polite and had most of the information to the questions asked. When asked a few questions from others which she was not able to answer, she simply said she did not know and moved on; no I will get the answer for you, etc. At the end of the tour you are dropped into the gift shop (as with most tours) and after that one can go outside and wait in line to buy ice cream. The price of the ice cream is average for a good locally made product ($3.50+ small) so we did not feel we were being gouged while at this tourist location. A fun, quick, BUSY, stop if you are in the area. We would not go out of our way for it, but it was on our way back home so we stopped.
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