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Zeppe’s Italian Ice and Frozen Custard began in North Ogden two decades ago.

In the last few years, Zeppe’s success has led to numerous franchise openings in Weber and Davis Counties (including Lagoon), Salt Lake County, Washington County and now in Utah County, with a new store opening at 829 West 400 South in Springville.

“As owners, Denise and I, and our family, couldn’t be more excited, to bring such a tasty treat to the city of Springville and surrounding area. The response from the community has been overwhelming. People thank us over and over again for bringing Zeppe’s Italian Ice to the area.

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“Our July 3 Grand Opening was a great success. And if you have driven down Springville’s 400 South on any given afternoon or evening, you know that Zeppes has become a Utah County phenomenon, with families enjoying the warm summer nights on our large outdoor porches, while others enjoy the privacy and convenience of our drive-thru.

“We also have an indoor dining room for winter enjoyment. We have worked hard to create a fun family type of atmosphere, with our spacious inviting porches, picnic areas on the lawn, fun upbeat music, and of course our “World Famous” (at least in this part of the world) Italian Ice and Gelata.

“We serve Italian Ice and Gelata in several generous cup sizes and in party buckets.

“People often ask what our top Italian Ice flavors are. They include: Sunset Splash, Strawberry Paradise, Blue Lagoon, Cotton Candy, Orange Cream and Tiki.

“We invite everyone who has not had the Zeppes experience to come and try some of our Italian Ice flavors, along with our dairy-free Dole Whip and delicious frozen chocolate and vanilla Custard.

“For those who want to know more about Zeppes, visit our website at “ZeppesUSA.com”. Or better yet, stop by and experience first-hand, Utah’s best frozen dessert place.” (Serve Daily submission.)

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