Kona Ice in Fenton to Host 4th Annual National “Chill Out” Day at Lasco Ford


No Taxation without Relaxation

Tax Day 2018 is April 17th. You get an additional 48 hours this year to settle your account with Uncle Sam. That probably only applies to those of us who owe money to the IRS for 2017 taxes. Those getting refunds likely filed much earlier.

Whatever your filing status don’t stress, visit Lasco Ford and look for the Kona Ice Truck. Join in as Kona Ice as they host the fourth annual National “Chill Out” Day. Find the treat wagon in the parking lot and get a FREE cups of tropical shaved ice. The event is open to everyone. Let there be “No Taxation without Relaxation.”

National “Chill Out” Day is one of the many ways Kona Ice is encouraging the nation to take a step back, relax and enjoy a Kona. The event is one small, yet powerful, way the brand hopes to put a smile on people’s faces. Through partnerships with schools, youth sports leagues, and other neighborhood organizations, Kona Ice has given back millions to the communities they serve.

Ben and Evie Moffett

If you missed last years “Chill Out Day” stop in and say hello. Fenton residents, Ben and Evie Moffett, own the local franchise. Learn how this popular treat can provide fund-raising opportunities to groups in our community.

Bring the family, small and tall. Everyone enjoys a fruity flavored cup of shaved ice.

WHERE:   Lasco Ford Dealership

2525 Owen Rd. Fenton, MI 48430

DATE:      Tuesday, April 17, 2018

TIME:       4:00 – 5:30 pm


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Steve Sweitzer
Steve is the Sports Editor for the Lasco Press and highlights our coverage of NASCAR and the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Steve is a member of the National Motorsports Press Association and a nationally published author of automotive related articles for industry trade magazines. He is also a freelance technical writer and accomplished photographer. A 25-year resident of Southeast Michigan, Steve’s passion for reporting on our community, it’s residents, and our automotive connections allow us to use his skills to cover a number of events. Steve’s ability to seek out the unique behind the scenes accounts that tell the often-overlooked aspect of a story makes for entertaining reading. Follow Steve at thelascopress.com with weekly NASCAR updates and featured articles.