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9/27/2012 - 09/27/2012: Froyoworld Grand Opening

 

Froyoworld Announces Grand Opening in Mansfield

 

September 27, 2012 – Froyoworld will hold a grand opening of its new store in Mansfield, Connecticut on Saturday, September 29 at 11 am at 1 Dog Lane.  Froyoworld recently opened its thirteenth store in the new Storrs Center in Mansfield.

 

 

Froyoworld is Connecticut’s first self-serve frozen yogurt lounge with locations across the Northeast and Puerto Rico.  This unique store offers a rotation of eight to twelve monthly frozen yogurt and sorbet flavors along with up to forty-five toppings of “freshly prepared fruits, chocolatey goodness, and sweet candies.”

 

 

The first 500 customers at the grand opening will receive a newly designed Froyoworld t-shirt with a purchase.  Other prizes will be drawn such as gift cards and Apple products.  For more information about Froyoworld, please visit its website at froyoworld.com.  The grand opening will take place regardless of weather and the public is encouraged to attend. 

 

 

Storrs Center is a new mixed-use, pedestrian-oriented downtown in Mansfield, Connecticut.  The downtown features shops, restaurants, services, and apartment homes that are interspersed with a town square and public areas in a new neighborhood located at the intersection of Storrs Road and the University of Connecticut.

 

 

For more information about Storrs Center, visit www.storrscenter.com.

 

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Storrs Center is a mixed-use town center and main street corridor at the crossroads of the Town of Mansfield, Connecticut and the University of Connecticut.  Located along Storrs Road adjacent to the University, the Town Hall, the regional high school, and the community center, Storrs Center will include a new town square across from the University’s fine arts center and will combine retail, restaurant, and office uses with a variety of residence types.  The town center plan will knit thoughtful architecture, pedestrian-oriented streets, and public spaces into a series of small neighborhoods that will make up the new fabric of the town center.  Ground floor retail and commercial uses opening onto landscaped sidewalks will reinforce traditional street front activity and will be supported by residences above and shared community spaces.  

 

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