Milwaukee Bucks to participate in annual Milk House tradition at State Fair

Fresh milk for a quarter will be back at State Fair in 2015 sponsored by the Milwaukee Bucks and Prairie Farms.  The state fair staple has been a feature of the 11-day fair for 26 years.  The Milk House estimates they distribute some 160,000 cups of milk each year at the fair.

According to a release from the Bucks, The Milk House will be located at Main Street and South Grandstand Avenue, close to its original location from 1989.  This year’s milk house will feature five Prairie Farm flavors: Chocolate Cream Pie, Orange Creamsicle, Banana Cream, Strawberries and Cream, and Creamy Root Beer.

Throughout the run of the fair, the Bucks Milk House will feature visits from team personalities – including Bucks players and entertainers like Bango and Milwaukee Bucks Dancers.  All will be available to interact with fans, sign autographs and take pictures. A complete listing of Bucks personalities who will appear at the milk house will be updated regularly on the Bucks website.

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