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Mauna Snoa Shave Ice is a popular choice for school end-of-year celebrations. What goes better with a looming Summer of freedom than a delicious, refreshing cup of tropical-flavored ice with the consistency of newly-fallen snow? Wanna talk about a “snow day”? This is it. But in a good way.download

Our primary area of operations is Parker, Colorado and we are available for any DCSD, charter or private school event. Outside of Parker, you can ask if we are available and we will see if that is a request we can accomdodate.

We are fully mobile and will show up with the ice, the sweet flavors, the popular add-ons and the friendly staff to serve your kids, staff and parents. We can operate outside from our trailer or we can move inside and operate from a table setup. We have the highest-quality ice shaving machines and the best-quality flavors available to ensure your event is a success.

Oh, did I mention we make a contribution to your school or to the volunteer organization that supports your school? Yes, it’s true. We will donate a portion of the proceeds at the end of the night to assist in your fund-raising efforts.

Click here to contact us today and get on the schedule, or for more information.

2 Responses to Schools

  • Greetings,

    My name is Pamela.

    I am a teacher at an elementary school in Thornton. We have two end of year events happening at our school. We are having a family night to celebrate student achievement and learning called Celebrate the Stars Night. We will also have an all day Field Day.

    Attendance is always better when there is food. However, that can be challenging to plan and manage no matter how simple you try to make it.

    I started thinking about having a food truck. It would provide the draw we need to increase attendance and relieve the staff from planning and doing a food.

    I don’t know much about the food truck business, but I’ve seen them around locally. One nearby place is Beer By Design on 112th in Northglenn.

    I look forward to hearing from you and exploring the possibility of having a food truck for a school event.

    Pamela Maloney, 2nd grade teacher

  • Greetings,

    My name is Pamela.

    I am a teacher at an elementary school in Thornton. We have two end of year events happening at our school. We are having a family night to celebrate student achievement and learning called Celebrate the Stars Night. We will also have an all day Field Day.

    Attendance is always better when there is food. However, that can be challenging to plan and manage no matter how simple you try to make it.

    I started thinking about having a food truck. It would provide the draw we need to increase attendance and relieve the staff from planning and doing a food.

    I don’t know much about the food truck business, but I’ve seen them around locally. One nearby place is Beer By Design on 112th in Northglenn.

    I look forward to hearing from you and exploring the possibility of having a food truck for a school event.

    BTW, I lived in Hawaii when I was in middle school. I have fond memories of stopping at Matsumoto Shave Ice in Haleiwa after a day on the North Shore. I think it would be the perfect addition to Field Day!

    Pamela Maloney, 2nd grade teacher

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