New York, NY (PRWEB) April 28, 2014
Frozen Peaks, the leading tri-state-based self-serve frozen yogurt experience, will celebrate the opening of its second location in New York City, 154 Bleecker Street, on May 2-4, 2014. The first 100 paying customers on May 3 will receive a $10 gift card.
The store will feature FP Pops®, the company’s innovative froyo on a stick product, marking the area's first and only frozen yogurt pop. FP Pops are made fresh daily from an in-store menu of 21 premium frozen yogurt and sorbet flavors. Customers pick their pop and the store’s skilled FP Pops Artisans individually handcraft the FP Pops for customers using a selection of four coatings and toppings such as nuts, sprinkles, and crushed candy. In addition to FP Pops and frozen yogurt, customers can also purchase Jarets Stuffed Cupcakes, various coffees and cold beverages.
The owner of the new location is Rishi Popli, a first time Frozen Peaks franchise owner. Located near Washington Square Park, the location is approximately one block from New York University. With free wi-fi and comfortable seating, customers can enjoy their froyo, cupcake, coffee and the fun atmosphere.
During the grand opening celebration, each Bleecker Street customer gets a “scratch off” card to scratch and win various savings on Frozen Peaks products. Two lucky winners will receive a $50 Frozen Peaks gift card.
“We are really excited to bring a New York vibe and style into Frozen Peaks here at Bleecker Street,” said Popli. “And we are especially thrilled to offer the area’s only frozen yogurt pop to our customers. We look forward to being a neighborhood destination, where customers can enjoy great frozen yogurt, linger, meet with friends and in general enjoy everything the Village has to offer. “
Frozen Peaks CEO Jay Mena said, “Frozen Peaks is about so much more than the delicious, nutritious frozen yogurt we serve; Frozen Peaks is about the experience. “We are built on the concept of offering a vibrant, fun atmosphere, and exceptional service. It’s what keeps our customers coming back. Once you are in a Frozen Peaks store, you quickly realize it’s not your everyday froyo or ice cream shop,” Mena said.