I know. This was nothing more than a publicity stunt on a national level. Very cheap ice cream. Yet it was still somewhat news worthy as the event drew hundreds (thousands?) of people to get their ice cream, and best of all the money from the event is for charity - helping fire fighters and their families.
The place was crowded, and the employees nearly stepped on each other's toes with each movement. I got permission from the manager to make my way behind the counter, then made use of a ladder that was already in the corner.
Gallup fire fighter Jeremy Padilla dishes up a serving of ice cream for himself at the Baskin Robbins Ice Cream Parlor on Historic Route 66 in Gallup. The national ice cream chain had its second annual 31-cent Scoop Night, and is donating $100,000 to the National Fallen Fire
Adrian Escamilla, 4, prepares to take a lick of his ice cream cone while sitting with his sister, Alyssa Benally, 9, outside of the Baskin Robbins Ice Cream store on Historic Route 66 in Gallup.