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Huntingdon and Carroll County’s newest business hosted its grand opening on Saturday, October 5. Icey-Tek USA opened it’s doors on Highway 70 in Huntingdon to a good crowd who …
Huntingdon and Carroll County’s newest business hosted its grand opening on Saturday, October 5. Icey-Tek USA opened it’s doors on Highway 70 in Huntingdon to a good crowd who enjoyed free food, entertainment from 24 Seven, and a fireworks display after dark.
Icey-Tek also hosted a kids’ fishing tournament during the afternoon. Winners won Icey-Tek coolers to take home.
In the girls’ division, Emma Smith won the biggest catfish catching a 28-½ inch catfish. There was a tie in the bass division with Anna Summers and Abigail Floyd both catching 10-¾ inch bass.
There was also a tie in the boys division with two boys catching 27-inch catfish. Caden Kellon and Colton Ward both caught the catfish and both won coolers while Branson Willis won the bass division catching an 11-inch small mouth bass.
Icey-Tek USA LLC was formed as a 100 percent veteran owned and operated business. They acquired the sole distributer rights for Ice-Tek production in the continental USA.
For over 21 years, Icey-Tek had privately labeled coolers for many companies, including West Marine, Boaters World, Outer Banks and even Yeti.