San Antonio

The Frosty Frog Shaved Ice Co.

at 11619 Bandera , San Antonio, 78251 United States

Family Owned and Operated since April 2009.


The Frosty Frog Shaved Ice Co.
11619 Bandera
San Antonio , TX 78251
United States
Contact Phone
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Website
http://www.thefrostyfrog.com

Description

The Only Orange Kiosk in Bandera Pointe Shopping Center.

How To Get to The Frosty Frog Shaved Ice Co.

Bandera Pointe is located off Bandera and 1604 by Barnes & Noble & 23651 IH Ten West Exit Boerne Stage Rd. in Leon Springs @ Fralo's "Art of Pizza"

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General Info

My Family Owned/ Operated Business Has Been Serving The San Antonio Community and Surrounding Area's since April 2009. We are true San Antonio Natives and love what we do and where we live. With over coming trials and tribulations it has been a big achievment for us opening our family business being raised low class and living in single family homes. With hard work and dedication we have over come obsticles and came along way to understand what it is to be a business owner. We wanted to be educated on the service and products we provide to our guest and we've taken it to the next level with our delicious creations. It took us sometime to figure things out but with dedication and research it's all coming together. This is not just a job for us this is our business and with that said, we want to provide great quality and the best products for guests of all ages. I hope you like it as much as we do. Welcome To "The Frosty Frog Family." Owner, has an Associates of Arts Degree in Business and will be receiving a Bachelors Degree in Business Management.

Company Rating

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