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Di’lishi Eden Named ‘Best of Rockingham County’ in Readers’ Choice Vote

Our Eden location was just named “Best of Rockingham County” in the ice cream and yogurt category. The award was decided by readers of The Eden News, Madison Messenger, and The Reidsville Reivew, 

Check out the official awards insert online right here >

di’lishi Southern Pines Named Entrepreneur of the Year

From the Moore County Chamber of Commerce:

“The Entrepreneur of the Year award was presented to Di’lishi Frozen Yogurt Bar. Di’lishi has created an environment with a clear and precise plan on giving back to the community which supports them on a day-to-day basis. Each quarter, three different not-for-profit organizations receive a donation from Di’lishi to help with operations or special projects. The selection committee cited Di’lishi’s unique model of giving back to the community and the owners’ strong leadership attributes as evidence of their entrepreneurism.”

Peruse the full write-up here >

Short Orders: Di’lishi Frozen Yogurt to open in Greensboro

From the News & Record in Greensboro:

di’lishi Frozen Yogurt (560-7744) is opening a shop at 4016-D Battleground Ave. in Greensboro on March 23.

di’lishi, a self-serve frozen yogurt shop, offers 10 daily flavors and an abundant toppings bar.

“The quality of the product we use is top notch,” says Cindy Snider, owner and manager of the Greensboro shop.

Snider’s friend Marlo Francis founded Di’lishi in 2011 with the opening of a shop at 405 E. Dixie Drive in Asheboro.

Snider, a former school teacher, says Di’lishi shops have a program, Fro Yo ’Self Into Our Community, in which they help 12 nonprofit organizations each year.

di’lishi has a shop at 640 S. Van Buren Road in Eden and shops in Southern Pines, Hickory and Lenoir.

The Greensboro store will hold a grand opening March 23 with giveaways.

Hours for the store are noon to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, noon to 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 1 to 9 p.m. Sunday.

See the full write-up here >

Pinecrest Students Expanding Fund Raisers to Community

From The Pilot  in Southern Pines:

“Last semester, the Student Environmental Association (SEA) held a ‘Kicks for Kenya’ shoe drive among Pinecrest students, and we received donations totaling up to 200 pairs of gently used shoes,” said SEA President Aayushi Patel. “These shoes were collected for the benefit of impoverished children and adults in Kenya.”

“Our club is now expanding its humanitarian efforts to the local community. The SEA has organized a series of ‘Green Nights’ to be held the first Tuesday of every month at di’lishi Frozen Yogurt Bar from 5 to 7 p.m. The purpose of these events is to collect all types of gently used pairs of shoes to support the SEA’s recycling initiatives, while also raising awareness of current environmental issues.”

Read the full write-up here >

Asheboro Courier Tribune’s Reader’s Choice ‘Best of Randolph County’ Awards 2012

Readers’ pick: di’lishi
A changing menu of 10 yogurt flavors is the start. Then throw in various types of fresh fruits and nuts. Then look toward the chocolate or syrupy walnut topping. Then think about other candy and even cereal add-ons. If you’re in the mood for it, it’s there.

Readers’ pick: di’lishi
While there are seats inside, many folks like to just grab theirs and eat it out under the night sky, even if it’s just on a curb or standing with friends by the car. You’ll also find that you almost always know somebody there, so it’s as much a socializing gathering hole as dessert quencher.

Staff pick: di’lishi
Especially on nights when you can sit outside and eat a frozen, topping-covered treat under the stars. Folks, welcome to the South.

Readers’ pick: di’lishi
Technically, it’s frozen yogurt, not ice cream, but who’s quibbling (at least, customer-wise). The net effect is the same: It’s hot outside, and I want something cold. And in this case, you might want to throw a little fruit or sticky walnuts on top, too.

Staff pick: di’lishi
Don’t worry, Asheboro — our staffers don’t know that yogurt isn’t ice cream, either. Oh well, whatever works. After all, we don’t hear any complaining.