Donating a pair of pajamas will get you some free frozen yogurt.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt in Tewksbury is currently holding a Pajama Drive. The event will run through Dec. 16. All 200+ Orange Leaf Stores will be collecting Pajama's to donate to children and adults in need. Each store choose its own charity to work with. The ownership of the Tewksbury store has decided to donate PJ's to kids at the Greater Lowell Boys and Girls Club. For every customer who donates a pair of PJ's they will get free 3 oz of yogurt in return. They can either get a 3oz free card at the register or buy a yogurt and get the 3 oz for free at that time. According to management at the Tewksbury Orange Leaf, the goal is to collect well over 100 pairs for the boys and girls. A big orange cup set up in the store to put the PJ's in …
Promotion will benefit Boston's Children's Hospital.
In celebration of opening its 200th store, Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt will be giving away free 8 oz. frozen yogurt to its first 200 curstomers at its Tewksbury location at 345 Main St. on Thursday, Sept. 27. As part of the promotion, Orange Leaf will also be encouraging customers to make monetary donations to Boston Children’s Hospital. The event kicks off four weeks of fundraising at all Boston-area Orange Leaf stores for Boston Children’s Hospital of which Orange Leaf will help contribute funds collected with a goal of raising $25,000. All donations collected will be directed toward the Children’s Fund, which supports the hospital’s areas of greatest need. Orange Leaf has pledged to donate at least 25 percent of all sales that day to the …