Sweet Things Frozen Yogurt may be forced to close without financial help

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Sweet Things Frozen Yogurt is owned and run by the Scornavacco family. On March 13th, the shop had to close its doors. Sweet Things is located Downtown inside of the Hilton hotel. The Hilton is temporarily closed which forced the Scornavacco’s shop to shut down.

Sweet Things relies on places like the Hilton, Convention Center, and Petco Park to uphold their business as they are huge revenue builders. With everything closed, the Scornavacco family is devastated that they may have to shut-down the family business for good.

KUSI’s Kacey McKinnon spoke with the family on Good Morning San Diego. They have started a GoFund me, and are selling Sweet Things apparel, with hopes it will be enough to continue serving the community once the pandemic is over.

To donate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/sweet-things-team-reopening-fund

For more information visit: https://www.sweetthingsyogurt.com

Categories: Coronavirus, Good Morning San Diego