Monday, August 20, 2012
The Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt Grand Opening raised more than $4,000 in charitable funds.
The grand opening of Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt on Atlantic Avenue raked in $4,400, all of which will be split between the Abbot Public Library and the town's Recreation and Parks Commission, owner Michael Hennessy said Saturday. The frozen yogurt chain's new Marblehead location opened earlier this summer to rave reviews and Hennessy decided to donate all of the proceeds from his big grand opening to local athletes and the local library. There are already Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt shops open in Andover and Salem and additional locations are expected to open soon in Belmont, Lexington, Melrose, Newburyport, Newton, Reading, Seekonk and Westford, according to the company's website. Prior to opening, Marblehead's location was decorated with a …
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
The grand opening at Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt will benefit the Marblehead Recreation and Parks Commission and Abbot Public Library.
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
The following press release was issued by Michael Hennessy: Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt opened its doors to Marblehead June 15, offering the town a fun new dessert concept fit for families and friends of all ages. To celebrate their success with friends in the community, Orange Leaf will host a charitable grand opening event Aug. 17 complete with a ribbon cutting by the Marblehead Chamber of Commerce. Co-owners Mike Hennessy and Paul Buonopane have committed to donate 100 percent of the day’s sales between the Abbot Public Library and the local Recreation and Parks Commission. “This town has welcomed us with open arms, and we want to show them how much we appreciate it by sharing our success with community partners,” Hennessy said. About …
Saturday, June 16, 2012
Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt is now open for business.
The line of local residents looking to get their first taste of Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt stretched down Atlantic Avenue Friday afternoon as Marblehead's newest business opened its doors. Amid a crowd of local students, owner Michael Hennessy was happy to report that he had already sold some 500 cups by the time the afternoon rush subsided. "It really has been incredible," Hennessy said. "This is the first time it's slowed down a little bit all day." The new yorgurt chain, which offers customers the chance to mix and match their favorite frozen yogurt flavors and choose from a host of toppings, is the third to open in Massachusetts. There are already Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt shops open in Andover and Salem and additional locations are …