SweetFrog Unveils Cinco de Froyo Deal, Local Hero Promos for May
SweetFrog Frozen Yogurt is celebrating the entire month of May with discounts honoring local families, teachers, and military service members.
On May 5, sweetFrog gives a sweet nod to the celebratory spirit of Cinco de Mayo with Cinco de Froyo. Families can bring their imaginations—and their appetites—to any of its self-serve “Swirl Stations” for a 16-ounce cup of yogurt for $5.55. Froyo lovers are invited to connect with sweetFrog (@sweetFrog) on social media with the hashtags #cincodefroyo and #cincodemayo.
Sweetfrog is showing its appreciation for the U.S. Armed Forces beginning May 7. Every Monday in May, participating sweetFrog locations will offer a 20 percent discount to active and retired service members to commemorate Military Appreciation Month.
And during Teacher Appreciation Week (Monday, May 7 through Friday, May 11), the national franchise is rewarding local educators with a tasty 10 percent discount. Teachers with a valid school ID can treat themselves to an awesome array of flavors and fresh toppings. Students and parents looking for the perfect gift can surprise their favorite teachers with sweetFrog gift cards.
Patrick Galleher, sweetFrog’s CEO, says he appreciates the year-round efforts of all local heroes, including the parents, teachers and service members sweetFrog is celebrating in May. He’s excited to kick things off by helping families from coast to coast wrap celebrate Cinco de Mayo with the perfect Cinco de Froyo treat.
“sweetFrog is the nation’s leading family-friendly dessert destination, so we look forward to having countless families stop by on May 5 for their $5.55 Cinco de Froyo masterpiece,” says Galleher. “Beyond that, we love giving back to all of the hardworking teachers and veterans who deserve our support each May and throughout the year. Teacher Appreciation Week and Military Appreciation Month are two of our favorite holidays—teachers and servicemen and women have a tough job, and they’ve sacrificed a great deal; we want them to know they’re an important part of our communities.”