“The older I get, the more often I find that frozen yogurt fixes most things.” ~ Whitney Myer
I couldn’t agree more with Whitney…and luckily we have a fantastic local business right in our back yard to achieve happy status! Brett Andrews owns and operates Frozie’s Fat Calf Frozen Yogurt right here in Danville.
I first met Brett during the incredible adventure of Les Miserable, put on by DLO Musical Theatre and the DACC Players. I choreographed and Brett played the fearless Lesgles. He had recently graduated from Milligan College in Johnson City, Tennessee majoring in Music and was excited to get involved in the local theatre scene here in the Danville area. For work, he spent his days at a local factory and finally decided that he “wanted more out of life.”
Brett realized he wanted to open his own business. He watched his grandfather own his own business throughout his life and decided that is what he wanted to do as well.
The search began for the right type of business and realized frozen yogurt did not have a home in Vermilion County. Of course there are multiple (and incredible if I might add) ice cream shops located throughout our city and the surrounding areas…but no froyo…a travesty. Brett jumped at the opportunity. The family got on board, the market made sense and the support was there…and so Frozie’s Fat Calf Frozen Yogurt was born.
The shop features ten plus flavors of frozen yogurt and even more topping choices. Along with this amazing treat comes an awesome space to hold birthday parties and events – including several held by Party Princess Bailey.
Although Brett does not have much spare time on his hands these days because of running the successful business, he is excited to be involved once again in musical theatre this summer. He will be portraying the roll of Jerry Lee Lewis for The Beef House‘s production of Million Dollar Quartet.
Brett is excited about having this family business in Danville and is happy to see the direction our city has turned toward. “It’s always darkest before the dawn. We’re coming out of the darkness.” Brett believes our generation has a bad wrap and it is our job to show the world we are serious. “Our generation has to pull our pants up and get to work to provide a better future for the next generation.”
Thank you, Brett and the Frozie’s family for providing a fun, delicious place in our community. I support you!
Connect with Brett and the Frozie’s crew here, and visit Frozie’s Monday -Friday from 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm and Saturdays and Sundays from noon until 9:00pm.
Peace & Love,
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