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New Zinga Frozen Yogurt Opens in Falls Church
Date:6/12/2013

Falls Church, Va (PRWEB) June 12, 2013

There’s more of “The World’s Best Frozen Yogurt” now for consumers in Northern Virginia. The newest Zinga Frozen Yogurt store in the country opens June 14 inside the Falls Plaza Shopping Center, 1106-A West Broad Street, Falls Church, Va.

The new store is the second Northern Virginia store to be opened by Zinga franchisees Bill and Kasi Hansen. The store manager is Drew Hafer. Store hours are Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Phone: (703) 533-2323.

“This area is special to Kasi and me,” said Bill Hansen, a Yorktown High School graduate, coach and longtime local resident. “Our kids have played sports in the Falls Church youth programs for the past 10 years. We’ll be serving our friends and neighbors and that means a lot to us.”

The Hansens indicated that the new store, like their recently opened store in Arlington, would be involved with local charities and civic organizations, high school groups and local sports programs. They are adamant about the fresh ingredients, myriad offerings and ability to help consumers make healthful choices.

“We don’t use powder like a lot of our competitors,” said Kasi Hansen. “And we love the fact that Zinga’s basic self serve offerings of frozen yogurt, fresh fruit and nuts can help promote weight loss, as suggested by a 2011 Harvard study.”

To celebrate the opening there will be a free Frozen Yogurt Pre-Grand Opening for anyone who “likes” the new store on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/ZingaFCat prior to the official opening.

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