A lake in Virginia, USA is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the boat that runs on ice cream.

Two brothers, Travis and Ryan Burke, came up with the idea of selling ice cream from a floating platform when they were 12 and 13 years old, and 10 years later, they still ply the waters of Smith Mountain Lake every summer.

Watch the pair's moment in the sun as Associated Press filmed a short news segment on the business.




The Burke brothers admit that there is no profit from the enterprise, but maintain that as long as they aren't losing money, they will continue to sell their range of frozen treats to adults and children enjoying the water.

It's hard work selling ice cream in the summer, too. On a good day, according to the report, the boat can hit 20 docks before lunch time.

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