STRONG — David and Lori Campbell, along with their son, Colin, and daughter, Abigail, have opened a new ice cream and gelato business along Route 61 between Kulpmont and Mount Carmel.
The Campbells had previously started Campobello’s Gelato and Sorbetto eight years ago. After years of selling their products at festivals, market houses and the Bloomsburg Fair, the Campbells decided to build a permanent location where they could offer a larger menu of frozen desserts.
After several months of planning and construction, the family has a grand opening of the Frosty Penguin, Shiverin’ Good, set for noon to 10 p.m. Saturday.
The menu includes soft-serve ice cream, snow balls shaved ice in a variety of flavors, their special cotton candy cloud cone and a variety of sundaes, milk shakes and floats.
The Frosty Penguin will also feature authentic homemade Italian gelato and sorbetto. Gelato is thicker and more flavorful than traditional ice cream with less butter fat, while Sorbetto is a dairy free, fat-free option and just as creamy as ice cream.
“The most important part of our business is family and you will always find us working together. Our passion is delivering a quality product that will make you want to come back for more,” the Campbells said. “We are always open to comments or suggestions to make a better experience for our customers.”
Hours are Monday through Thursday, noon to 9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, noon to 10 p.m.; and Sunday 2 to 9 p.m.
“We are proud to be able to serve this community,” said Lori Campbell.
The Frosty Penguin, Shiverin’ Good can also be found on Facebook.