Business leaders in Utah’s Cache Valley have joined forces to uphold the long standing tradition of an Independence Day Cache Valley fireworks spectacular on Friday, July 3, 2020 at 10 pm MT. To promote safe social distancing, fireworks will be launched simultaneously from four different cities: Richmond, North Logan, Providence and Hyrum City. The effort is being organized by over 50 local businesses, who are working together to continue the beloved tradition as its residents continue to navigate through the state's reopening and COVID-19 health and safety recommendations.
With plans underway, Cache Valley Radio Group has committed to participate with advertising for the event, as well as broadcasting a rousing musical soundtrack to be played on their stations during the fireworks displays. Additional local sponsors offering generous donations include: Casper's Ice Cream, Advanced Fireplace and Stoves, Advanced Heating, ARS Flood & Fire Cleanup, Badger Screen Printing, Beazer Lock & Key, Bio West, Brady Jardine with Financial Insight Group, Cache Car Washes, Cache Valley Bank, Cache Valley Radio Group, Central Milling, Charlie's Supreme Ice Cream, Cook Martin Poulsen, Cytiva, D&D Welding, Edge Excavation, Edward Jones Financial Advisors, Evolution Design, Foresight Land Surveying, FYB Cattle, Hyrum City, Icon Health & Fitness, JM Mechanical, JRG Refrigeration, Lazy One, Lee’s Marketplace, Logan Coach, Lundahl Building Systems, Malouf, Murdock Hyundai, North Logan City, Peck Hadfield Baxter & Moore, Providence City, Rapid Financial, Reminderband, Richmond City, Rocky Mountain Power, Schreiber Foods, SE Needham Jewelers, Sterling Medical, TEC Electric, Trevin Workman Attorney At Law, Wattsmart Energy Savings Program, Wilson Motors, Zips, Zollinger Group and other generous anonymous donors.
“I am proud to be a part of this incredible collaboration between the local businesses in Cache Valley that have all demonstrated the same desire to give back to our community and celebrate our nation’s independence despite all of us enduring a difficult time,” said Casper’s Ice Cream CEO Paul Merrill. “We believe this celebration serves as an important unifying force that we need at this time, and provides a way to safely view this fireworks spectacular and uplift spirits valley wide.”
We encourage everyone to enjoy the shows safely by following all local and state health department social distancing guidelines.
For more information, please call (435) 232-2044.
About Casper’s Ice Cream
A legacy brand with 95 years of experience in the ice cream business, Casper’s Ice Cream, Inc. manufactures and sells a wide range of tasty frozen treats under their sub brands: FatBoy Premium Ice Cream, known nationwide for its ice cream sandwiches rich in flavor and nostalgia; Jolly Llama, a vegan, gluten and dairy-free option for ice cream lovers with diet restrictions; and ChurnBaby, a new brand that rivals boutique ice cream brands, offering both cookie sandwiches and quarts of premium ice cream topped with a full cookie. Operating from its decades-long home of Richmond, Utah, Casper's has expanded its operational capacity from humble beginnings to fully service a nationwide demand for the company’s products. Casper’s grandson, Paul Merrill, is currently managing the company to ensure Casper’s quality products can be enjoyed by all. To this day, Casper’s Ice Cream continues to innovate and provide the finest quality of frozen treats, including its newest additions: nostalgically flavored FatBoy® Freeze Pops, boutique style ChurnBaby Ice Cream novelties and naturally delicious, health-focused Jolly Llama® Sorbet and Cream Pops.