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If it weren’t for a visit to see his twin daughters at the University of Colorado, David Brown might not be on the verge of opening a self-serve frozen yogurt shop in downtown St. Charles.
An interesting little ditty came back to mind the other day, one I used to often repeat as a kid: “You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream!” No clue where it came from; not sure why, really. I do know that my whole family loved ice cream — especially my father — and, as a kid, we used to make a trip every Sunday to an ice cream parlor for our weekly treat. By the way, I still love ice cream and eat a portion at almost every opportunity I get. Perhaps though, the memory was invoked just prior to a conversation I had recently with the owner of a new business venture in St. Charles. It will be an iteration of “Forever Yogurt” (frozen yogurt) and will take up residence on the southeast corner of Main Street (Route 64) and South Second Street (Route 31) in Saint Charles.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! GRAND OPENING! •WHERE: 22 E Chicago Ave. • Naperville, IL! •WHEN: Saturday, October 20th, 2012 @ 4:00PM!
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! GRAND OPENING! •WHERE: 506 State Street! •WHEN: Friday, September 7th, 2012 @ 6:00PM!
Sally Beauty Supply Being Replaced by Trendy Yogurt Just like what happened a few months ago in Andersonville, Forever Yogurt is moving in and lightening up the neighborhood.
Forever Yogurt throws hat in State Street froyo ring After head shops and cafes, the last thing State Street needs is another frozen yogurt joint. Yet, less than a month before the start of term, Illinois-based Forever Yogurt became the newest addition to campus’ main drag.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! GRAND OPENING! •WHERE: North Ave Beach – Near the Footbridge on Lake Shore Drive! •WHEN: Saturday, August 4th 2012 @ 12:00PM!
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! GRAND OPENING! •WHERE: 5309 N. Clark St! •WHEN: Friday, August 3rd, 2012 @ 6:00PM!
For the Love of Free Food! Do grand opening promotions work? By Metra Farrari The grand opening of a business is like a first date with the public: impress them and they will schedule that second date. Fail to woo them and they’re likely to forget your name.