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ANDY’S FROZEN CUSTARD WELCOMES BACK A SEASONAL TREAT THAT BENEFITS LOCAL SCOUTS
It’s a sweet secret, each year Andy’s Frozen Custard Shops throughout the Midwest purchase hundreds of cases of Thin Mint Cookies at full price to help local Scouts meet their goals and fulfill their dreams of going to summer camp. Andy's then uses the cookies to create a seasonal favorite, the Thin Mint Concrete.
“It’s a win/win situation, the local troops in our store areas are able to send more scouts to camp each summer and our customers are always excited for the return of the seasonal treat. Each year our order grows and more Scouts benefit,” Andy Kuntz, owner and president of Andy’s Frozen Custard reports.
The Thin Mint Concrete will be available at all Andy’s Frozen Custard locations from Feb. 17th until supplies last. For more information, store locations and hours of operations visit Andy’s website at www.eatandys.com.
Andy's has made a science out of frozen custard and has perfected the method for preparing and serving custard in its highest form, creating an unparalleled frozen treat. Andy’s Frozen Custard uses the finest ingredients in its mix, a secret combination of milk, cream, sugar and eggs, which is processed locally and shipped to Andy's stores within 24 hours to maintain ultimate freshness. Andy's Frozen Custard is made fresh hourly and only served at its peak flavor potential of 60 minutes to ensure that customers get the best frozen custard each time they visit.
Andy's Frozen Custard began in Osage Beach, Mo., in 1986. Now, with locations throughout the Missouri, Arkansas, Illinois and Texas, these little custard shops are open year round and offer customers a slice of hometown Americana, where it's fun to be a kid for a while. For more information and hours of operation, visit www.eatandys.com.