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STILLWATER, Okla. -- When it comes to desserts, Americans have an obsession with ice cream.

"You've got your traditional cow's milk ice cream on one side and frozen desserts on the other," said Oklahoma State graduate and co-founder Rashaun Robinson.

Now,  two Oklahoma State grads have a new twist on ice cream. They have added a unique twist to the frozen favorite.

"The first time I tried it, I was blown away. Oh man, this is something," Robinson said.

What began as a class project is quickly becoming a thriving ice cream company.

"We have a huge demand ahead of us. So, hopefully we can keep growing and adding on employees, for sure," said Caleb Neil, co-founder of the company.

Reshaun Robinson and Caleb Neil are churning out a dream, and their business partners have four legs.

See how these young men have taken a simple idea and transformed it into a successful ice cream company.

Lance West has their remarkable success story tonight at 10 p.m. on Oklahoma's NewsChannel 4.

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