Our founders, Jerry and Naomi Hancock, will be featured on ABC’s “Shark Tank” on Friday, Jan. 11, at 9 p.m. ET and at 8 p.m. MT. Many of the Sub Zero locations will be hosting viewing parties, so check with your local store to get more information.
Utah’s number one original hot spot, St. George, became a little cooler when it’s first Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt opened its doors on June 30, 2012. Located in the Pine View Plaza next to the Pine View Stadium 10 theaters, the festivities got underway with a ribbon cutting and free ice cream for the kids. Two radio stations marked the occasion by broadcasting live on-site and posting several videos on YouTube. Will Utah’s Dixie now be known for … Continue reading
Sub Zero in the News! KUTV did a fifteen minute segment on site at our location in Layton, covering the unique freezing process, the educational program, its catering options, and what happens when you freeze objects such as roses and gummy bears. Click here to see the full segment.
Each year, the Federal Way Mirror asks the residents of Federal Way, Washington and the surrounding areas to vote for the best from 74 different categories, ranging from best barber shop and city leader to best shopping center and restaurant. In its fourteenth year, they received a record breaking number of votes through both digital and paper ballots. Sub Zero Ice Cream was voted the #1 favorite Ice Cream location for Federal Way. Jack Walsh opened his Sub Zero Ice … Continue reading
Surprise Stadium is the spring training stadium for the Kansas City Royals and Texas Rangers. Sub Zero Ice Cream was recently recognized on yourwestvalley.com as one of the favorite treat stops for fans that have come to see their teams play in the preseason.