Why should I have an Ice Sculpture or Festival?
Ice Sculptures can help add that special touch to any party. Ice is very memorable and leaves an ever lasting impression on the viewer. Think back to the many parties, weddings or special events you have attended. After a while they all run together. Now, think about all the events you have seen an ice sculpture. You can remember more than one I bet. That is because once the ice sculpture is appreciated it lasts forever!
For those of you who think an ice sculpture is too expensive, I say this - it's cheaper than flowers and provides a much bigger wow factor!
It doesn't matter if you are buying a sculpture for a wedding, corporate event, holiday, or even a product promotion, your cost for an ice sculpture is comparatively small to the impression it will give to your guests or clients.
Festivals, Rock On Ice can make any winter or christmas festival sparkle with excitement. Let's not limit ourselves to just the winter time, we're great for warm venues as well. No one expects to see ice in the summer, so try and think outside the box...the possibilities are endless! Performance ice sculpting can spice up any event, such as:
• private parties
• corporate events
• sporting events
• trade shows
Exceed Promotional Goals by:
• repeat visits
• increased attendance levels
• media attention
• unique marketing possibilities
• increased foot traffic
• photo opportunities
Ice Bars are a great way to get that wow factor! Just add your logo and see how cool it really is!
Ice Fountains are a another great way to get your guest involved in your ice sculpture. This is a guaranteed way to leave that lasting impression as the guests' will serve themselves a nice cool cocktail from our icy display!
Ice Sculpture of eskimo family...great photo possibilities!
• team building
• worldwide events
• holiday parties
• grand openings
• bar/bat mitzvahs
Types of events you could have...
News at 11:00
Chad Hartson of Ice Creations designed and carved this news desk out of colored ice for Channel 11 at the Bowling Green Winter Festival. Assisted by Greg Butauski.
Channel 11 reported the news in this chilling fashion. What a way to catch your audience's eye!
• Expect a 15% to 20% increase in
sales during festival hours.
• Average attendance for regional
ice carving competitions is 2,500.
Averages taken for 2009 by
The National Ice Carving Association