Chattanooga Cold Stone Creamery Crew Member Competes In Creamery Cup Competition

Thursday, July 17, 2014

One of the Chattanooga Cold Stone Creamery crew members, Derek Myers, has once again been chosen for the Creamery Cup Competition.

This was the requirement for the video submission: 

Video must be a maximum of two minutes.

Crew member must be in full uniform for the video. This includes a hat/visor with Cold Stone Creamery logo, shirt, apron, name tag, black or khaki pants or shorts and closed-toe shoes.

The crew member chosen to represent their store is the only crew ,ember that can star in the video.

Video should include the following:

Introduction / Ice Breaker - crew member to include name, age and tenure with Cold Stone.

Mixing speed - Crew member must make one of the following Signature Creations- Birthday Cake Remix, Our Strawberry Blonde or Cookie Doughn't You Want Some - to demonstrate the correct order of mix-ins, mixing speed and proper mixing technique.

Crew member should develop and name their own creation utilizing ingredients that are already in the store, then use suggestive selling and ACT to sell their creation.

Showcase some Cold Stone skills. This is the crew ,ember's chance to show what they've got.  They should be creative and incorporate any or all aspects of the Entertainment Factor (e.g, throwing ice cream, singing, dancing, flipping spades/bottles, etc.).

Mr. Myers is one of 12 individuals that will participate in the semi-finals.  The semi-finals will be held at the Cold Stone Creamery World Headquarters in Scottsdale, Az. Aug. 4-6. If he wins in Scottsdale – he will represent the United States as the Ultimate Crew Member at the Global Creamery Cup competition this fall.

Another crew member from the Chattanooga Cold Stone Creamery was awarded Crew Member of the Year. She is one of only 20 Crew Member of the Year recipients among the franchisee community. This Crew Members were nominated by their franchisees for going above and beyond to serve The Ultimate Ice Cream Experience to every guest, every day. She also demonstrated the Power of Nice and ACT every day in our store and is an ambassador for the brand.


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