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Grand Opening of Sweetberry Bowls, Montclair’s First Build-Your-Own Bowl Experience, Dec. 23

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - Sweetberry Bowls, which bills itself as America’s original build-your-own bowl experience, will have an official grand opening event for its store at 19 Church Street on Saturday, 12/23 from 8:00AM to 8:00PM.

Along with presenting special offers and contests throughout the day, the event will also be a fundraiser for Toni’s Kitchen, the food ministry of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church.  15% of Sweetberry Bowls' proceeds on 12/23 will be donated to Toni’s Kitchen.

“We’re thrilled to introduce our build-your-own bowl experience in Montclair,” says Frankie LoPiccolo, Partner at Sweetberry Bowls Montclair.  “We’re also excited to partner with Toni’s Kitchen, not only for the fundraising that we’ll be doing with them for our grand opening, but also with donations of surplus food that we’ll provide to them throughout the year.”

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The grand opening of Sweetberry Bowls will include a variety of customer perks, including:

·         Free tastings of Sweetberry Bowls’ acai, pitaya, green (kale/spinach), and coconut bowl base blends

·         Raffle drawings for free bowls, smoothies, or t-shirts

·         A chance for guests who sign up for Sweetberry Bowls’ Rewards Program to win multiple gift cards

·         A contest to win a $10 gift card for guests who post a picture of their bowl on Instagram and tag it (@sweetberrybowlsmontclair)

“We’re grateful to Sweetberry Bowls to include a generous fundraiser for us in their grand opening,” says Anne Mernin, Director of Toni’s Kitchen.  “Their menu looks healthy and delicious, and we’re looking forward to a long and tasty relationship with them.”


The Sweetberry Bowls grand opening will take place on Saturday, 12/23 from 8:00AM to 8:00PM.  The store is located at 19 Church Street.  For more information, call Sweetberry Bowls at 732-655-8002.

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