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Hundreds Line up in Arcadia for Free Frozen Yogurt

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6-year-old Ivanka Leon brought her Mom Remora and grandma Maggie to Yogurtland for free goodies Monday evening in Arcadia – Photos by Terry Miller

Photographs by Terry Miller

With a frozen yogurt shop seemingly on almost every corner next to a Starbucks, it seems only logical that there would be some serious competition…especially after a recent allegation against a high profile Korean owned Yogurt franchise, Pinkberry.
Monday marked the very first National Frozen Yogurt Day. In honor of this distinction, Yogurtland — the popular chain that lets patrons build their own creations – offered free frozen yogurt and toppings for four hours early Monday evening.
If the Arcadia store was any indicatiion how succesful the promotion was…then Yogurtland has possibly corned the market so to speak.

6-year-old Ivanka Leon brought her Mom Remora and grandma Maggie along to see what all the fuss was about. Ivanka, who lives in Duarte, was waiting patiently while those in front of her created skyscraper-like mounds of the fat free stuff . I vanka was a little more conservative than most and not greedy. She just wanted to try something different. Did she have to wait long? Not really, about 20 minutes. Ivanka said her creation was “good…very goood.”

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