Menchie’s, North America’s largest self-serve frozen yogurt franchise, is showing gratitude by offering free six ounce frozen yogurt cups to all veterans and active duty in honor of Veterans Day on Monday, Nov. 11.
Prior to joining Menchie’s, Amit Kleinberger, CEO of Menchie’s, served as a sergeant in the armed forces in an infantry combat unit. Kleinberger’s military experience helped him hone the determination and leadership skills required to venture out and start his own business. For Veterans Day, Kleinberger is looking forward to saluting veterans and current servicemen and women by treating them with a free cup of premium yogurt with delicious toppings.
“As a veteran, I am grateful for everyone who volunteers their courage, hard-work and dedication to serve our country,” said Kleinberger, CEO of Menchie’s. “We welcome veterans and all active duty to stop by Menchie’s and enjoy their free frozen yogurt as a small token of our appreciation.”
Menchie’s will offer free yogurt all day to military personnel. To receive the offer, veterans will need to provide a military ID or dress in uniform.
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Menchie’s creates lasting memories by creating an unparalleled guest experience with a mission to make every guest smile. Menchie’s is a world-leader of ensuring best-in-class products and is the ambassador of frozen yogurt quality worldwide. With more than 350 stores, the franchise has locations open in the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia, Puerto Rico, South Africa, Guam, India and more. The brand offers guests premium rotating yogurt flavors and delicious toppings for unlimited combinations in every bite. The proprietary collection is made from the milk of “smiley” California cows, which have not been treated with artificial growth hormones (rBST). Menchie’s frozen yogurt contains live and active cultures and has received the Live and Active Culture (LAC) seal indicating its endorsement by the National Yogurt Association.