ASHWAUBENON - Two Packers teammates joined forces to bring a new sweet treat to the Green Bay area.
Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt held its grand opening Tuesday morning.
It's owned by Packers players Jordy Nelson and Mason Crosby and their wives.
All of the flavors rotate, giving customers plenty of options to pick from.
Two more locations will be opening in the future.
Owners say it's a great asset to the community.
"We think it's great food, or yogurt, for people to have, it gives us an opportunity like we said to donate some money to Young Life and help the community out," said Jordy Nelson.
"We just thought it would be fun, something to bring to the community, something that kids and families could enjoy and obviously something we enjoy to, so we frequent here often," said Emily Nelson.
Crosby and Nelson will be at Orange Leaf from 6 to 7, signing autographs for the first 100 customers.
Twenty percent of the proceeds Tuesday night will go directly to Young Life.
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