Paul Zajac and Station 885 Restaurant broke the world record for the world’s largest snow cone previously held by Mammoth Mountain Ski Area in Mammoth Lakes, California. The Snow Cone ended with a weight of 5,714 lbs surpassing the previous record of 4,640 lbs (2.104 tons). The old record was beat at 2:15 pm with the final weight being finished at 4:30 pm. The attempt began at 11:00 am.
Paul Zajac and Station 885 are awaiting verification from The Guiness Book of World Records. The snow cone was constructed with 5,000 lbs of ice and contained 85 gallons of syrup (850 lbs). The new world record was celebrated by giving out over 2,400 free samples of the snow cone to the more than 3,000 spectators present. This attempt corresponded with the Plymouth International Ice Festival.
This World Record was completed by the collaboration of Paul Zajac, Station 885 Restaurant, C. Cretors & Co., ATS Packaging of Plymouth, PianoCrafters of Plymouth, Metro Scale Company, Jogue Northville Laboratories, Double H Manufacturing, Central Distributors, Entourage Video Production, Gordon Food Service, Granite and Remodeling Plus, Graphic Visions Inc., Home City Ice, Kahuna Construction, PCA of American, Plymouth Kiwanis, Detroit Popcorn Company, and Royal Painting.
Paul Zajac is the General Manager of Station 885 Restaurant. Station 885 has been in business for 24 years. Station 885 Restaurant is owned by the Costanza Family and operated in Historic Old Village Plymouth.