Ice Cream Holidays in Chernihiv, Mykolaiv and Izmail
This week Ice Cream Holiday visited the North and the South of Ukraine, namely the cities of Chernihiv, Mykolaiv and Izmail. Having returned, we brought back lots of smiles and happy memories. Photographers at the holiday have not missed any sweet moment by taking dozens of beautiful photos that are now available in How It Was section on the Ice Cream Holiday website.
Weather in all cities “smiled” to RUD team and gave an opportunity to carry out holidays under the bright sun with good mood and joyful entertainment. No cloud prevented kids from having fun on rides, while adults were relaxing from normal daily routine. We received many pleasant comments on social networks and were so excited that we couldn’t help but shared them.
Lalitha Ved wrote on VKontakte page: “Special thanks to emcees and animators who were boosting children’s spirits till the very end of the holiday. We are waiting for a holiday next year! Thank you once more!”
The Honored Guest winner in Chernigov, Juliana Levchenko, has left a mega-nice comment on the page in Facebook: “Thank you so much for this wonderful holiday, good mood and an ocean of bright impressions! Special thanks for the box of ice cream, moreover the most beloved.)))) Get to us more often.))))”
We are also pleased that you appreciate our work, have a good time at Ice Cream holidays and enjoy RUD ice cream.
A slight reminder for residents of Chernihiv, Mykolaiv and Izmail, and also those cities, which have already hosted Ice Cream Holiday: you have an opportunity to participate in Sweetest Momentcompetition and win a digital camera. Learn more at Contests page.
And those who are still waiting for a holiday in Rivne, Lutsk, Kherson, Chernivtsi and other cities are invited to have fun with us.And remember - RUD brings happiness!
The "Rud" company won the first place in the major nomination category "Charity of Large Businesses" and as a sign of its victory the company was presented with the "Angel of Good" award – a unique ceramic figurine, which is commonly referred to as “Oscar in Charity".