CA Ice Cream Twitter Party

The lazy, hazy and hot days of summer are upon us and it’s time for cookouts, celebrations and good old fashioned fun in the sun! While air conditioning is wonderful and splashing in the sprinkler or pool is loads of fun, one of our favorite ways to cool off during the toasty summer months is with ice cream – made with Real California Milk, of course!

July is National Ice Cream Month and what better way to celebrate than a Twitter Party with the California Milk Advisory Board, co-hosted by special guests Kristina Vanni of and California Ice Cream expert, Jennifer Ng.  Join us as we share recipes and tips, plus learn about how ice cream is enjoyed all around the world! I hope to see you at the…

CA Ice Cream – Real California Milk Twitter Party

When: Thursday, July 11 from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. ET/10:00 to 11:00 a.m. PT

Where: #CAIceCream on Twitter

How: To participate, follow hosts @ResourcefulMom, @KristinaVanni, @jennism and @RealCalifMilk and tweet with the party tag.  New to Twitter Parties?  Learn more at How to Participate in a Twitter Party.


4 (four) winners will each receive their choice of a Walmart or Target gift card in one of the following values:  $25, $50, $75, $100

This giveaway is for U.S. residents age 18 and older.


Planning on joining us?  Let us know here by adding your Twitter URL (  An RSVP is not required to participate or to be entered to win.

About the California Milk Advisory Board

The California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB), an instrumentality of the California Department of Food and Agriculture, is funded by the state’s 1,600+ dairy families. With headquarters in South San Francisco and Modesto, the CMAB is one of the largest commodity boards in the United States. The CMAB executes advertising, public relations, research, and retail and food service promotional programs on behalf of California dairy products, including Real California Milk and Real California Cheese.

The CMAB was formed in 1969 to promote California dairy products in an ever-growing and competitive marketplace. It operates on the principle that a healthy dairy industry is just as important to consumers as it is to milk producers, and that the ready availability of California dairy products contributes to the good health and well-being of the state’s population.


Written by: Amy Lupold Bair

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