Pinkberry opens today on the Main Line and will be giving out free yogurt from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. This is Pinkberry’s first storefront in the Philadelphia area, located in Bryn Mawr at 763 E Lancaster Avenue, in the Bryn Mawr Square Shopping Center.
The opening celebration will also include prizes and giveaways plus live music by The Fitch Brothers.
Later this spring the Bryn Mawr Pinkberry will be among the first in the country to roll out the company’s new greek yogurt line.
Pinkberry Bryn Mawr [pinkberry]
The Philadelphia area’s first Pinkberry is slated to open this April in the Bryn Mawr Square Shopping Center. Pinkberry was a pioneer in the frozen yogurt craze and has 225 locations worldwide. The Main Line location will also be among the first in the nation to roll out Pinkberry’s new menu which includes Pinkberrygreek the chain’s non-frozen Greek yogurt.
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