Fast-growing national froyo brand offers free small cup when wearing a costume or $2 off any frozen yogurt on Oct. 31
Dallas, TX (RestaurantNews.com) Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt is pulling out all the tricks so loyalty members can treat themselves to their favorite spooky snack this Halloween.
On Oct. 31, Orange Leaf loyalty members can celebrate the spookiest day of the year with premium frozen yogurt and candy toppings galore and take $2 off any size cup – no trick or treating required. Guests can also sweeten the deal and dress to impress (or to scare) with a costume and get a free small cup of froyo on Halloween night at participating locations.
“We can’t wait for our guests to showcase their creativity and satisfy their candy cravings with us this Halloween,” said BRIX Holdings Chief Marketing Officer David Ellis. “Whether you’re layering your creation with your favorite toppings or something a little more festive, Orange Leaf is the place to celebrate such a spooktacular night.”
Orange Leaf’s wide selection of over 80 flavors and multiple topping choices make for endless combinations on your favorite froyo, shake, smoothie or frozen treat. Each froyo flavor recipe is uniquely Orange Leaf’s, meaning you can’t get it anywhere else! Guests can also earn points and free treats with the Orange Leaf Rewards loyalty program.
About Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt
Based in Dallas, Orange Leaf is a self-serve, choose-your-own-toppings frozen yogurt and treat franchise. Orange Leaf offers a multitude of traditional and unique flavors, including no-sugar-added, gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan alternatives. Its mission is to make life sweeter by creating a memorable treat experience that is all about you. Orange Leaf is rapidly growing with more than 80 locations across the U.S. Orange Leaf is a portfolio company of BRIX Holdings, LLC, a Dallas-based multi-brand franchising company specializing in chains with superior products and attractive growth prospects. For more information, visit orangeleafyogurt.com and follow Orange Leaf on Facebook and Twitter.