This partner has been with us since the beginning. Thank you for ten years of support Idaho® Potato Commission. Thank you for protecting the Idaho® Potato brand and making Idaho what is it today!
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Winter is coming. . .Do you want to stay dry and warm in our crystal clear VIP tent. Ya, you do. Get your discount on, September early bird tickets are almost sold out.
Would you like to join the @oscrew for the BIG URBAN AIR EXHIBITION this year? We are looking for skiers and snowboards that like speed and BIG JUMPS. You can sign up on this website.
“Idaho: there’s a unique New Year’s tradition
The iconic Times Square New Year’s ball drop is one of the most famous traditions when it comes to ringing in the New Year. However, Boise residents have found a more unique (and more state-appropriate) way to welcome 1 January. Since 2013, thousands of spec-taters have gathered at the Idaho State Capitol every year to watch the Idaho Potato Drop – a giant, illuminated GlowTato is lowered from above as the clock strikes midnight. We’d expect nothing less from Idaho.”
We want to say THANK YOU to all of our amazing sponsors: Grown in Idaho, Idaho® Potato Commission, Pet IQ, White Claw and KTVB to name a few. This event takes time and effort to put on and we could not do it without our wonderful sponsors, staff and spec”taters”! HAPPY NEW YEAR
Photo credit Erika Holmberg
Date Collected Feb 14, 2021 6:14 AM MST
Est. Audience 95,464
“On New Year’s Eve, people in downtown Boise, USA will welcome the new year by dropping a giant sphere simulating a potato from the sky. Over 40,000 spectators came to see the 400-pound “GlowTato” lighted inside.”
Yes we do!
Okay. . . we already like the title, please tell us more. “Idaho: there’s a unique New Year’s tradition
The iconic Times Square New Year’s ball drop is one of the most famous traditions when it comes to ringing in the New Year. However, Boise residents have found a more unique (and more state-appropriate) way to welcome 1 January. Since 2013, thousands of spec-taters have gathered at the Idaho State Capitol every year to watch the Idaho Potato Drop – a giant, illuminated GlowTato is lowered from above as the clock strikes midnight. We’d expect nothing less from Idaho.” Okay MSN lifestyle we could not agree with you more! Thank you for releasing this article in New Zealand, India and Singapore. We know they love potatoes and IDAHO!!!
Can You Guess the Most Popular Slang Term in Your State?
Okay we think this is just, cool! We made the most popular slang word for Idaho!!! That is right “Potato Drop”.
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Joining us as our September’s non-profit Mountain America Credit Union, and the winner is. . . the Boise Rescue Mission!!! This non-profit does so much for the community. We need their support and they need ours, now more than ever as we navigated through these tough times. Thank you so much for joining us this year we are so pleased that we get to work with you!
“Founded in 1958, Boise Rescue Mission Ministries is a nonprofit organization committed to meeting the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs of homeless and addicted individuals in the Boise and Nampa, ID areas. Our sole purpose is to see the lives of men, women and children in our community truly transformed.”
Congratulations Darlene Concannon, you won the first give away our beautiful fall basket. It is so cool that you follow our event all the way from Revere, Massachusetts. We would like to share Darlene’s words about winning the #fallbasket “I’m so excited. . . I’m so glad to be your lucky winner. You people are awesome!! Thank you again I’m super thrilled”. We are super thrilled that you won!!!
Your basket is on the way!
We are pleased to announce our Mountain America Credit Union August Non-Profit Winner, Idaho Association of the Deaf!
Their mission is to Unite. Protect. Educate. and Serve. Idaho’s deaf community. The developer who coded this website for the Idaho® Potato Drop is hard of hearing. She has been coding for Key Design Websites for over ten years.
This wonderful association is here:
1. To unite, in one harmonious organization, any deaf and hard of hearing Idahoans who show an interest in the welfare of the deaf and hard of hearing.
2. To promote and protect the education, economic, social, welfare, and citizenship rights of any deaf and hard of hearing citizens of Idaho.
3. To affiliate with the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) and to support its objectives and bylaws.