Pinkberry Ocean Drive Opens Tomorrow: Free Yogurt and a Cool Instagram Contest

In case you haven't noticed, the weather here in Miami is heating up. That means we're in for some blazing days that call for something cool and creamy to cool down our internal core body temperature before we spontaneously self-combust.

Luckily for all mankind, Pinkberry's Ocean Drive shop opens tomorrow at 11 a.m., bringing cool, creamy relief from the South Florida sun in the form of 15 rotating varieties of frozen yogurt, including a Greek variety of nonfat yogurt that contains 15 grams of protein per five-ounce serving with no added sugar.

Add to that a plethora of fresh fruit toppings, dry toppings, cinnamon honey, organic vanilla agave, and strawberry purée and you've got yourself either a cool treat or a light lunch -- it's up to you.

But don't take our word for it. Try some for yourself today for free, when Pinkberry throws its doors open from 6 to 9 p.m. for its friends and family yogurt event (and you, dear Short Order readers, are considered both friend and family -- so you score free fro yo).

Plus, since we know how much you like to share pics on social media, take a shot of yourself enjoying your Pinkberry frozen yogurt tonight at the friends and family event and post it on Instagram, using hashtag #pinkberryoceandrive by 9 a.m. tomorrow.

Be creative, because the most interesting, fun, and amazing photo will win an in-store frozen yogurt party for 30 -- compliments of Pinkberry! We'll announce the winner on Monday, May 13.

It's going to be a cool summer in Miami, after all.

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