Bet you thought the title of this post was a misprint. Think again! Pinkberry is really coming to Orlando and soon… August 20 to be exact. The new location of swirly goodness is 7600 Dr. Philips Blvd. on the corner of Sandlake and Dr. Philips.
I’ve been a Pinkberry fan since my first Pinkberry experience in San Diego. For years I’ve been dreaming of the day I would have full access to my very own local Pinkberry. Why do I love it? Um, how about gummy bears to fresh fruits to pomegranate juice to Belgian chocolate shavings? Your yogurt will be dressed to impress your taste buds with Pinkberry’s unbelievable toppings bar. All this, besides the fact that almost every celeb you swoon over has been spotted munching on the frozen yogurt.
And now, an extra special Pinkberry experience offer from The Mamma Mia Blog, comment below to win two tickets to the exclusive VIP Pinkberry event taking place the night before opening from 6-9 pm. There is a “Groupie” event taking place the same evening that’s open to the public, but your exclusive tickets will allow you into the VIP area where you will enjoy a world with no lines, a pinwheel full of great prizes, FREE frozen Pinkberry yogurt and fun times with yours truly. Although, I don’t know how much talking I’ll be doing as I shovel frozen yogurt down my throat.
More good news! If you don’t win the VIP tickets, I’m giving away two runner up prize packs with Pinkberry coupons and t-shirts. Keep on entering!
There will be a total of 3 winners. I’ll announce the grand prize and runner up winners on Tuesday, August 17.
How to enter:
- Leave a comment on this post – 1 entry PER DAY so return to Mamma Mia daily!!
- “Like” Pinkberry on Facebook and leave a comment letting me know – 1 entry
- Become a Groupie on the Pinkberry website and leave a comment letting me know – 1 entry
Gotta love this… Pinkberry will be donating a portion of all opening weekend sales to assist Give Kids The World efforts in providing critically ill children and their families with a carefree Orlando vacation. Kudos to Pinkberry on this initiative.