What's the Story Behind the Evergreen Ice Melt Mascot I.C. Elk...?
Anyone who lives in or visits Evergreen Colorado often will encounter the local herds of elk along Highways 74 & 73. Since elk are the "unofficial" ambassadors for Evergreen it was only fitting to have an elk as our contest mascot.
Duing the early days of the contest Evergreen Parks & Recreation District's graphic designer and local artist Carol Bain created our cartoon mascot I.C. Elk.
Why the Name I.C.?
The name I.C. is a play on words - both "I See" and "Icy". I.C. has also been known affectionately known as the "Barrel Meister" for our contest. The Rotay Chairperson who leads the annual contest is also known as the "Yeti".
If you have an interesting Evergreen elk or Ice Melt story please submit it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd love to hear your stories!
If you spot the stuffed I.C. Elk with the Rotary Collar and Mountain Foothills Rotary Tag at a local Evergreen business you could win 3 free Ice Melt Tickets!
What you need to do to Win 3 Free Tickets:
The Fine Print:
* Note: Whether or not you are selected as a winner of 3 free tickets, by submitting your photo as part of the promotion you agree it may be used for various reasons to promote Evergreen Ice Melt, including but not limited to displaying on Mountain Foothills Rotary’s social media pages and/or websites now and in the future.
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