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Freebie Alert: Yogurtland is Giving Away FroYo on National Frozen Yogurt Day
It's scientifically proven* that frozen yogurt tastes better when it's free. Which is why, in the name of science, and in the spirit of National Frozen Yogurt Day, you should take froyo chain Yogurtland up on their offer of a free cup of frozen yogurt on Monday, February 4.
Once again, Yogurtland will be inviting guests to concoct their own cup of frozen yogurt chosen from 16 flavors and decked out with any combo of toppings from 4 to 7 p.m. at participating locations.
As a nice bonus, if you are feeling like paying it forward, Yogurtland is supporting First Book, a national education non-profit, so if you make a donation from February 1 to 10, Yogurtland will match those funds.
PS: Last year on National Frozen Yogurt Day, Yogurtland served more than 1.2 million free cups of yogurt. That's a lot of froyo, yo!
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