Amie Kelley Leistikow ’08 on Good Morning America (Video)

Amie Kelley Leistikow ’08 and her family were featured on ABC’s Good Morning America as their family business Kelley Country Creamery was showcased in a segment called Best Ice Cream Ever.

GMA received viewer submissions and the creamery made the final list. Amie’s mother started the business in Eden, Wisconsin near Fond du Lac. According to their website, the family’s creamery is “committed to sustainable agriculture, recognized for their farming practices, and keep their cows on green pastures, weather permitting which is important for milk quality and taste.”

You can view their segment below:

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