To think it all started with a GameDay sign. I'd like to take a moment to thank Carson King for his phenomenal sense of humor that not only resulted in a HUGE donation for the University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital but now, the creation of Busch Light Ice Cream. If you don't know what I'm talking about, here's a brief backstory.

Carson King showed up to a football game with an epic sign that read "Busch Light Supply Needs Replenishing - Venmo - Carson-King-2?" Within a half-hour, he had hundreds of dollars in his account. As it grew, he knew there was a better way to spend all that money - donate it to the Children's Hospital. Busch Light AND Venmo jumped on board to match the donations, and now, he's raised well over a million dollars.

Now, Carson's hometown ice cream shop is supporting the cause in a super unique way - Busch Light ice cream. Oh yeah, you read that correctly,  Goldie's Ice Cream Shoppe in Prarie City is selling Busch Light ice cream. It's made with non-alcoholic Busch Light, so everyone can enjoy it. And yes, proceeds will benefit the Children's Hospital. Road trip anyone?

We have cash with your name on it. Donate it or spend it - whatever you do with your cash is totally up to you.

Source: Des Moines Register