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Peachwave Frozen Yogurt Opens in East Lyme

The Wild Family at the store with owners Bill Wild and Kathleen O'Reilly-Wild
The Wild Family at the store with owners Bill Wild and Kathleen O'Reilly-Wild
We are pleased to announce that Southeastern Connecticut's ultimate self-serve frozen yogurt experience, Peachwave East Lyme, is open for business!
Open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m and Fridays and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., we offer 21 fresh, fat-free and delicious frozen yogurt flavors at once with dozens of fresh fruit, candy, nut and syrup toppings as well as real whipped cream and hot fudge. New flavors and toppings are regularly added to keep the experience new and fun!
Our Grand Opening will be on Sunday, July 28, 2013! Jammin107.7 will be broadcasting live from our store at 170 Flanders Road in Niantic, Connecticut, from 2 to 5 p.m. with giveaways and all yogurts will be discounted 20% all day long. 
We have created 26 new jobs in the area, and our team members are from Old Lyme and Waterford as well as East Lyme.  We offer free wifi and great music, and boast 2,200 square feet of vibrant, comfortable space for friends to meet, families to celebrate and business people to relax or work while enjoying a delicious, healthy meal or dessert of high quality frozen yogurt.
Don't leave your dog in the car! Well-behaved pets on leashes are invited to sit with you outside and enjoy a free cup of No Sugar Added Vanilla frozen yogurt and a water. 
Peachwave East Lyme is honored to offer a discount to members of the military with proper identification.
Gift cards to Peachwave East Lyme are available in any denomination and make great gifts for birthdays, coaches, teachers, lawn caretakers, babysitters and surprises for people of all ages. 
Visit us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram but be sure to check in at the Peachwave East Lyme often!
See you Sunday! 

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