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Hometown favorite Andy’s Frozen Custard® to open on Dolly Parton Parkway
April 12, 2022

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SEVIERVILLE, TN -- Dolly Parton’s hometown of Sevierville is about to add the perfect accompaniment to the sweet sounds of country music, laughing children and happy families typically heard around town. Andy’s Frozen Custard®, the award-winning frozen custard and treat shop, will open April 27 at 852 Dolly Parton Parkway. Folks on their way to or from Dollywood will delight in the concretes, Jackhammers and other creamy and delicious frozen custard treats for which Andy’s™ is famous.

“Andy’s Frozen Custard is deeply rooted in family, history and quality, three things that are so important in our community,” said Noelle Gass, Andy’s Frozen Custard Franchisee. “We can’t wait to introduce local residents, as well as the millions of visitors that come through our area each year, to the World’s Finest Frozen Custard.”

After a long day of golfing, fishing, hiking or ATV riding in the Great Smoky Mountains or a spirited day of outlet shopping, Andy’s menu offers the perfect sweet treat for every preference. Customer favorites include the James Brownie Funky Jackhammer™, made with Andy’s vanilla frozen custard, peanut butter and baked in-store brownies, “drilled and filled” with hot fudge; the Choc-O-Rocko Concrete with chocolate frozen custard, roasted almonds and marshmallow crème, and Dolly Parton fan favorite, the BootDaddy® Concrete. With a choice of Andy’s vanilla or chocolate frozen custard blended with Oreo®, crème caramel and hot fudge, the BootDaddy most definitely gets a toe to tappin’.

A quick-service frozen dessert destination with a speedy drive-thru, Andy’s is famous for its Made Fresh Hourly™ frozen custard, Baked Fresh Daily toppings, hand-rolled waffle cones, concretes, Jackhammers™, sundaes, floats and malts. Also available is Andy’s Anywhere™, hand-packed, hard-frozen pints, quarts, Pick 6, and specialty items available for those who want Andy’s Anytime at home, at work and at special events.

Andy’s Frozen Custard is open from 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and from 11 a.m. – 11:30 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. The friendly and welcoming staff – putting a grin above your chin with every order – are always focused on quickly serving the highest quality treats money can buy.

Customers can download the Andy’s Frozen Custard app to join the Yum Squad loyalty club, recently named one of America’s Best Loyalty Programs 2022 by Newsweek magazine. In addition to receiving a free concrete after the first visit, Yum Squad members can stay up-to-date on the latest from Andy’s, including news about seasonal menu offerings loaded with fresh fruit and baked goods, on Instagram and Facebook or via Andy’s website.

About Andy’s Frozen Custard
Founded in 1986 in Osage Beach, Missouri by Andy’s parents John and Carol Kuntz, Andy’s Frozen Custard has been providing the freshest frozen custard in the business for 36 years, giving ice cream the “cold shoulder” by scooping, mixing and presenting handcrafted frozen custard treats with speed and a smile. Since the beginning, the family has had one dream: to share what makes them happiest with everyone else, and to warm hearts, one scoop of frozen custard at a time. With a focus on product quality, customer service and community involvement, Andy’s has grown into the nation’s largest frozen custard-only business, with more than 2,000 employees and 110 company-owned and franchised stores across 14 states proudly serving the World’s Finest Frozen Custard. Andy’s also offers the ‘Yum Squad Loyalty Club,’ designed to say “thank you” to loyal customers by earning points to redeem towards a free treat for every dollar spent. For more information or for details about franchising opportunities, visit

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