1. EatBYU.com Reviews Provo Location

    Sub Zero Ice Cream Where: Sub Zero Ice Cream, 1774 N University Parkway, Provo Who Went: Chelsey & Owen, Devynne, my uncle Spencer Number of Visits: 2 What We Ordered: Various flavor combinations...I got mint ice cream (custard cream) with Junior Mints. Another time I ordered mine with soy milk instead. What It Cost: Since my uncle paid, I don't remember the exact total, but it was about $4 a…Read More

  2. IndieOgdenUtah.com Reviews Sub Zero

    Indie Ogden Review: Sub Zero Ice Cream A few evenings ago my family had a bit of a sweet tooth and decided to grab some ice cream while we were wandering around The Junction. We stopped into Sub Zero Ice Cream and I was instantly a bit overwhelmed and a lot impressed. A giant tank of liquid nitrogen sits to the left of the counter, with steaming hoses attached, slowly leaking the cold fog over the…Read More

  3. Now Freezing in Sandy, Utah

    Sub Zero Ice Cream is excited to announce the opening of our newest location in Sandy, UT! And so are the owners, Christian and Daniel Thurgood. Says Christian, "We are excited to be a part of a growing franchise that has the best ice cream. We are also excited to be small business owners in the great community of Sandy. We are proud to be able to contribute to the struggling economy and provide j…Read More

  4. UtahBusiness.com covers Sandy Store Opening

    Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yogurt Opens New Location Sub Zero Ice Cream announced the opening of its newest location in Sandy, with a grand opening celebration on Saturday, January 7th. "We are excited to be a part of a growing franchise that has the best ice cream," said Owner, Christian Thurgood. "We are also excited to be small business owners in the great community of Sandy. We are proud to be a…Read More

  5. “We’re Off to a Great Start!”– Grand Opening in Federal Way Introduces Hundreds to Sub Zero

    The Grand Opening in Federal Way, Washington was a huge success, kicking Jack Walsh and his new store off to a fantastic start. As luck would have it, the rain clouds took a vacation from the Seattle area, leaving sunny skies throughout the day. Mayor Skip Priest attended, sporting a "Frosty Noggin" while he did the honors of cutting the ribbon. About 200 people attended the ceremony and hundreds …Read More

  6. Standard Examiner Announces New Sub Zero in Layton

    Entrepreneur ventures into cold with ice cream, frozen yogurt in Layton By Jasen Asay Standard-Examiner Davis Bureau Fri, 10/07/2011 - 11:00pm LAYTON — Is stepping away from a secure job in a shaky economy to start an ice cream store before winter in Utah a good idea? That is just one of the many nerve-racking questions Jamie Dicks and her husband, Ryan, are pondering as they prepare for the 11:…Read More

  7. Free ice cream at new Sub Zero in Layton

    The Salt Lake Tribune First published Oct 06 2011 08:33AM Updated Dec 6, 2011 09:19PM On Saturday, Oct. 8, Sub Zero Ice Cream will celebrate the opening of its newest store in Layton, with free samples, giveaways and live music. The celebration runs from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the new store, 1978 N. 1200 West, Layton, Customers can choose their base ice cream flavor and add-ins and then watch …Read More

  8. Grand Opening in Federal Way, Washington

    Hey Federal Way! Join us for our official GRAND OPENING on Thursday, October 6th at 31653 Pacific Hwy South, Suite A. Mayor Skip Priest will be cutting the ribbon at 11:30 a.m., free ice cream samples will be provided throughout the afternoon and evening. Sub Zero Ice Cream was started under the direction of founder, Jerry Hancock. Hancock wanted an ice cream shop where customers would have limitl…Read More

  9. Grand Opening in Layton, UT

    You're invited to come celebrate the Grand Opening of the new Layton store! Free taste tests, liquid nitrogen demonstrations, give-a-ways, and live music! Where: 1978 North 1200 West, Layton, Utah 84041 When: October 8th, 2011; 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM Show the new Layton location some loven' by heading over for the Grand Opening! What better time to try October's Flavor of the Month?  …Read More