Guinness World Records® awards Dippin' Dots: The most ice cream cups prepared in three minutes (team) was 473 achieved by Dippin' Dots (USA) in Downtown Nashville, Nashville, Tennessee, USA, on 4 July, 2014.
Dippin' Dots begins distribution to pharmacies and convenience stores, allowing Dippin' Dots fans greater access to their favorite treat!
Scott Fischer joins the team as President of Dippin' Dots LLC.
Dippin' Dots has 3 million Facebook Fans! www.fb.com/DippinDots
Six Flags Theme Parks selects Dippin' Dots as "Vendor of the Year" for the third consecutive year.
Dots 'n Cream, conventional ice cream enhanced by beads of Dippin' Dots, is introduced for test marketing in Kroger stores in the midwest.
International Dairy Foods Association names Dippin' Dots Best In Show for Dot Delicacies - a line of ice cream cakes and Dotwich ice cream sandwiches . Dippin' Dots also wins three awards for package design.
Dippin' Dots Franchising ranks No. 1 on Franchise Times Magazine's Fast 55 list of the fastest growing young franchises in the nation.
Dippin' Dots Founder Curt Jones is a guest on the Oprah Winfrey television program.
Dippin' Dots Home Delivery, now available through online ordering at www.dippindots.com.
Manufacturing plant opens in South Korea, operated by a licensee, to serve markets in Asia.
Dippin' Dots Franchising is established.
Vending program launched.
New production facility opens in Paducah, KY.
Dippin' Dots begins trade with Japan, it's first international licensee.
Curt Jones named Ernst & Young "Entrepreneur of the Year" finalist.
Dealer network is established for fair, festival and retail locations.
Dippin' Dots manufacturing facility moves to Paducah, KY.
Opryland U.S.A. in Nashville, TN is the first amusement park to offer Dippin' Dots.
Dippin' Dots is established as a company and production begins in Curt Jones' parents' garage in Grand Chain, IL.
Microbiologist Curt Jones begins research to cryogenically freeze ice cream into small beads.