TCBY Celebrates Mother's Day With Free Frozen Yogurt

SALT LAKE CITY, May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- In honor of deserving moms everywhere, TCBY, The Country's Best Yogurt, will be celebrating Mother's Day 2008 by giving away free small cups or cones to moms nationwide! Mom knows best, so Mother's Day will kick start a summer of healthy indulgence at TCBYs across the country. Every swirl of TCBY soft serve frozen yogurt and every scoop of TCBY hand-scooped frozen yogurt contains the healthy goodness of seven types of live, active yogurt cultures -- studies suggest these cultures may provide numerous benefits such as helping your body maintain a healthy digestive system. TCBY frozen yogurt also provides a healthy dose of calcium, protein and vitamin A.

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"Moms have trusted and loved TCBY for more than 25 years," explains Steve Willes, Director of Marketing at TCBY. "This is our opportunity to thank them for their loyalty and the work they do. It's also important that moms know they are giving their families more than just a great-tasting treat. TCBY offers a healthy serving of delicious real dairy frozen yogurt that is low in calories and low in fat, but still delicious."

The first TCBY store opened in Little Rock Arkansas back in 1981. Now more than 25 years later, the famous frozen yogurt maker is still treating customers to The Country's Best Yogurt.

Based in Salt Lake City, TCBY has been a frozen yogurt product innovator from the day its first shop opened in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1981. The great-tasting, low-fat frozen yogurt concept received an enthusiastic response from an increasingly health-conscious public. With more than 1,000 locations both in the United States and internationally, TCBY has long been a healthier alternative for consumers looking to reward themselves. To visit TCBY's Web site, please go to www.TCBY.com.

SOURCE TCBY

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