Murrieta, CA, January 23, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Hundreds of community members showed up for free frozen yogurt at Xtreme Frozen Yogurt in Murrieta on Saturday. In addition to free yogurt and toppings galore, there was something at the event for everyone, including balloons for little ones, autographed posters by Scummy of the Metal Mulisha, and KFROG-FM’s prize wheel.
“It was our pleasure to throw a free event for the community after they far exceeded our goal during the Marine Toys for Tots toy drive we hosted during the holidays,” said Wayne Bosna, owner of Xtreme Frozen Yogurt in Murrieta. From November16 – December 18, XFY challenged its customers to donate 150 toys at each store. The Murrieta location exceeded that goal with a total of over 200 toys donated and hosted the free frozen yogurt event on January 16 from 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. to thank the community for its generosity.
To learn more about XFY and its community involvement, visit http://www.xtremeyogurt.com. To view pictures from the event, visit http://www.facebook.com/xtremeyogurt.
About Xtreme Frozen Yogurt:
Xtreme Frozen Yogurt is dedicated to serving up an ‘xtreme’ customer experience with high quality, nutritious frozen yogurt in a sanitary environment, and topping it off with a commitment to support our local community, one delicious cup at a time. Established in 2008 by soft serve/frozen yogurt industry veterans who have 45 years of experience combined, Xtreme is the neighborhood frozen yogurt shop that donates five percent of net proceeds to the Jimmie Johnson Foundation. For more information about Xtreme Frozen Yogurt in Carlsbad and Murrieta, Calif., visit http://www.xtremeyogurt.com.