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Berryville Frozen Yogurt & Juice Hosting Fundraiser for Coast to Coast For the Kids

On Thursday, June 26th, Berryville Frozen Yogurt & Juice will be hosting a fundraiser for Coast to Coast For the Kids, Norman Horn's quest to raise awareness and funds for pediatric cancer. Simply present the coupon below and Berryville will donate 20% of your purchase to this great cause.

About Berryville:
Berryville Frozen Yogurt & Juice was created because the founders want to offer healthy yogurt and juice options to people of all ages. For Phoenixville, Pennsylvania residents, an option for healthy drinks and healthy snacks should always be available! Berryville Frozen Yogurt & Juice believes they can fill the void and become the natural option for those wanting to enjoy great tasting frozen yogurt and juices.

Our store creates an atmosphere that the whole family can enjoy and we've designed is so everyone feels comfortable and at home. Expect to meet a friendly staff with music playing in the shop while you enjoy your juice and frozen yogurt. Berryville Frozen Yogurt & Juice also strives to reach out to the Phoenixville community through special events. We host events for kids, such as Preschool Story Time on Wednesday afternoons, Ladies Night on Thursday evenings and Date Nights on Friday nights.

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