New Peachwave store bears fruit in Mt. Kisco

September 16, 2013 by  

Friday, September 13th was the ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening of Peachwave, new a frozen yogurt shop in Mt. Kisco. No doubt banner printing was used throughout the town to attract as many people as possible to this new business in the community.

The store is located adjacent to Shopper’s Park in what used to be Edward Jones, and the interior has been extensively remodeled with a service area and colorful seating.

Michael Cindrich, the mayor of Mt. Kisco, praised the shop as another business making an investment in the community. He was able to patronize the store and commented that it will make a great contribution to sales days, which are coming up in about a week.

The president of the Mt. Kisco Chamber of Commerce, Kevin Kane, added that he likes the changes effected within the store and is glad that another business has decided to open in the town.

According to Gregg Roberts, area president for Westchester County and southern Fairfield County, Connecticut, there are 77 Peachwave locations in the United States and around the world. He added that people in the town have been very receptive towards the business and he is glad to be part of the community.

Peachwave sets itself apart from other frozen yogurt companies in that its uses a self-serve operation and offers frozen yogurt from healthy toppings. Roberts added that he believes customers should be pleased with the décor and customer service they find in the store.