04 May 2007

Join the Club

Yogurt Flavors: Chocolate Decadence, World Class Vanilla, Caramel Fudge (changing later today), Toffee Nut, Angel Food Cake (changing later today) and Boysenberry.

Today, all of our Yogurt Club members can get a small (limit one) for only 45 cents when you pay with you Yogurt Club Card. If you don't want a small, that is alright. We will take $2.00 off of the difference of any medium, large, XL or cone today as well.

If you're not part of the Yogurt Club, you are missing out on some great savings. Yogurt Club members save over 15% on each yogurt purchase when using their card and have a special day each month like today for additional savings. (Yogurt Club Card can be used to purchase any yogurt product including shakes and toppings.

With the Yogurt Club Card, you pre-purchase any amount over $30 dollars which we then put on to a stored value card and give you a ten percent bonus on the card. Additionally, you get a free small yogurt each time you charge the card. When you become a member, your first day's savings would look like this: $30 + $3 (10% bonus) + $2.65 (free small yogurt)=$30 spent for a total of $35.65 gained or a total of %16 percent saved. Come in and join today to start saving.

Friday in the News: In May 2005, the U.S. bragged about its capture of one Abu Faraj Al Libbi, described as Osama Bin Laden's right hand man. President Bush said that the capture of this guy was "a critical victory in the war on terror." It turns out that he may not have been that important. In fact, one former al Qaeda member told The Times of London, "What I remember of him is he used to make the coffee and do the photocopying." (This story brought to you by the WWDTM daily calendar.)

Happy Birthday Wishes to Bob Alan Deal a.k.a. Mick Mars. Mr. Mars is the lead guitarist for Motley Crue. With a blues background, Mars brought a little bit of a different style to the Motley Crue sound than the standard Heavy Metal sound of the day. Want a free mini (4 oz) yogurt? Give us the year that Mr. Mars had his hip surgically replaced.

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