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Celebrate 'National Frozen Yogurt Day' with Menchie's

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The world "frozen" has been used a lot this winter.

Now, let's use it in a different context.

How about in the phrase "National Frozen Yogurt Day?"

I bring this up because Thursday, February 6 happens to be National Frozen Yogurt Day in America.

Want a chance to celebrate and get in on the fun?

Menchie’s is North America’s largest self-serve frozen yogurt franchise and they want to take care of their customers and other frozen yogurt fans. If you don't have a Menchie's near you, check out a locally owned frozen yogurt shop near you- many are small businesses.

They are gifting fans downloadable coupons good for a free 6 ounce cup of frozen yogurt on Thursday, Feb. 6. at participating locations. Go on to Menchie’s Facebook page at Facebook.com/MyMenchies to get yours.

Menchie’s is not only a leader in frozen yogurt quality worldwide and they own more than 360 stores. Menchie's, the franchise has locations open in the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia, Puerto Rico, Israel, Guam and China. They expect to celebrate the opening of store number 400 in 2014.

All this brings to mind question. Why is National Frozen Yogurt Day held in the dead of winter? I'm not sure, and I don't care, I just want some Menchie's Frozen Yogurt.

Check out Menchie's at www.Menchies.com.

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