CRG was invited to attend the 1st Annual Open House at Frozen Parts on Wednesday, June 28, 2017. Located at 19 Washington Street in Gloversville, NY, the flyer for the event promised “Food, Fun, Ice Cream and Demonstrations.” They did not disappoint.
I arrived at the start of the event and met up with Nancy Reccio of FMS Workforce Development, Kent Kirch of CRG’s Board of Directors, Halie Northrop from Congresswoman Elise Stefanik’s office, and Gloversville Mayor, Dayton King among other guests. Frozen Parts’ President and Owner, Jim Law, was on hand to tell us about the demonstrations we would see later during the event. He also said that Frozen Parts can manufacture around 500 different parts products!
We started off with lunch – hot dogs, burgers, lunch meat, cold salads, chips… and of course, ice cream from Meco’s Perfect Scoop. I told you they did not disappoint! The ice cream I was expecting. They are Frozen Parts, after all… But this was over the top good. A complete spread for lunch and a sundae bar. Check out the toppings.
Jim Law served up the sweet stuff. Quite generously, I might add. Ice cream flavors of the day were Meco’s Perfect Scoop’s Vanilla and Peanut Butter Cup. I’m not a vanilla girl so I had the peanut butter cup. SO, SO GOOD! If you have not had a chance to try Meco’s Perfect Scoop ice cream, you simply must go right nowand get some. It is delicious. I decked mine out with some sundae goodies and loved every spoonful.
Below you’ll find some pics of Jim serving ice cream to his grandkids, Andrew and Avery. You’ll also see pics of the ice cream carts and custom scoop sinks that are made in his shop, right in the heart of Gloversville.