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Frozen Ladle Opens June 1

May 29, 2012

15435 W. National Ave. New Berlin, WI 53151 FrozenLadle.com
For Immediate Release Contact: Ashley Cooper May 29, 2012 acooper@frozenladle.com
Frozen Ladle Announces Grand Opening Frozen Yogurt and Premium Soup Restaurant Opens in New Berlin
New Berlin, WI - The newest addition to the New Berlin business community, Frozen Ladle a new self-serve frozen yogurt and serve-to-order premium soup restaurant, is proud to announce its doors will open to the public Friday, June 1 at 10:30am.
Located in the Moorland Square Shopping Center on the Southeast corner of Moorland Road and National Avenue, Frozen Ladle offers a variety of yogurt flavors, toppings and premium soups making it the first of its kind in the Greater Milwaukee Area.
“At Frozen Ladle we have something for everyone,” said Brian Cooley, Co-Founder of Frozen Ladle. “Our goal is to provide a fun atmosphere for people of all ages while offering a healthier alternative to our favorite cold treats.”
For its opening weekend Frozen Ladle will serve your traditional yogurt favorites like Alpine Vanilla and Dutch Chocolate as well as more unique flavors of Cake Batter and Peach Mango Tart with delicious toppings ranging from chocolate cookie dough pieces, mini peanut butter cups and fresh fruit.
About Frozen Ladle Frozen Ladle, located in New Berlin, WI, serves delicious frozen yogurt and premium soups that provide healthier alternatives to your favorite hot eats and cool treats. By offering high quality self-serve frozen yogurt, serve-to-order soups and dozens of toppings, Frozen Ladle has unlimited combinations to satisfy your sweet and savory cravings, allowing you to indulge without the guilt. For more information please visit www.FrozenLadle.com or find Frozen Ladle on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/FrozenLadle.
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