Frozen yogurt restaurant set to move to town


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Local entrepreneur Brian White and Rotary President Angie Mellott at a recent Rotary Club meeting.


Local entrepreneur Brian White presented details of Yeti Yo at the Tuesday, Dec. 1 Washington Rotary Club’s meeting. Yeti Yo is a buffet frozen yogurt concept: the customer selects the frozen yogurt variety, then selects toppings. Customers are provided fresh options that satisfy every desire from health conscious to indulgent.

Coffee and espresso style beverages will be on offer to the public to compliment the frozen yogurt. Frozen yogurt appeals to all ages, but Wi-Fi and a hip atmosphere are designed to attract and hold young customers. Yeti is currently preparing space at 210 Washington Square in Washington C.H. next-door to the popular El Dorado Restaurant.

White stressed a desire to operate a small business connected to the community. The young business owner also noted the support received from the City of Washington Court House, the Community Improvement Corporation and City Manager Joe Denen.

White said, “We want Yeti Yo to be a family business that is involved in our town. Small locally owned business needs to have a relationship that supports our community.”

Local entrepreneur Brian White and Rotary President Angie Mellott at a recent Rotary Club meeting.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_IMG_5379.jpgLocal entrepreneur Brian White and Rotary President Angie Mellott at a recent Rotary Club meeting.

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